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Rodrigo Nino Wants to Crowdfund Your Next Hotel

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Getting in on the ground floor of a Manhattan real estate development can be a prohibitive investment for many. The ambitious 17 John project, an extended stay hotel being proposed by Rodrigo Nino’s Prodigy Network, may change all that, while showcasing how an alternative funding and crowdsourcing can give the community more say in future developments.
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  17 John's roof deck with views of lower Manhattan. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
    17 John's roof deck with views of lower Manhattan. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
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  17 John will combine two architectural styles with the addition of the glass tower. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
    17 John will combine two architectural styles with the addition of the glass tower. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
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  The extended glass tower will add to the existing 15-story building, bringing it to 23 stories. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
    The extended glass tower will add to the existing 15-story building, bringing it to 23 stories. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
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  17 John will be a beacon of glass in the heart of Manhattan's financial district. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
    17 John will be a beacon of glass in the heart of Manhattan's financial district. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
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  17 John is a "Cotel" created with the new World Trade Center in mind. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
    17 John is a "Cotel" created with the new World Trade Center in mind. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
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  A look at 17 John at night. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
    A look at 17 John at night. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
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  Rodrigo Nino, founder and CEO of Prodigy Network. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.
    Rodrigo Nino, founder and CEO of Prodigy Network. Photo courtesy Prodigy Network.

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