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Hyatt Times Square to Open New Diner

Hyatt Times Square to Open New Diner

NEW YORK CITY—Hyatt Times Square’s T-45 Diner will open on December 22, featuring George Wong décor and a healthy, creative approach to classic diner food. Chef Nicholas Pelliccione has been named executive chef for the hotel and will lead the ...

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Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown Receives Financing

Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown Receives Financing

NEW YORK—Silverstein Properties announced that its Metro Fund Joint Venture has successfully financed almost $1 billion to build a Four Seasons hotel, a restaurant, and private residences at 30 Park Place in Tribeca. At 926 feet, the property will be ...

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Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown East Completes Renovation

Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown East Completes Renovation

NEW YORK—The Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown East has unveiled a multimillion dollar renovation that includes updates to the hotel’s lobby, food and beverage offerings and guest rooms. Leo A Daly designers created a relaxed atmosphere throughout the hotel that features ...

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Affinia 50 to Complete Renovation in November

Affinia 50 to Complete Renovation in November

NEW YORK—Affinia 50, located in New York City’s Midtown neighborhood, is currently undergoing a top-to-bottom renovation that is scheduled for completion in November. The renovation encompasses the entire Midtown Manhattan boutique hotel including all guestrooms and suites, as well as ...

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Victoria Cohen Takes Last Look at Original Hotel Chelsea

Victoria Cohen Takes Last Look at Original Hotel Chelsea

In 2011, the famous Chelsea Hotel in Manhattan, shut its doors and is currently undergoing a major overhaul that will bring the building up to modern-day standards. But prior to demolition, photographer Victoria Cohen was allowed inside the empty building ...

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Red Cross to Help Sandy Victims Extend Hotel Stays

On Friday, New York City ended its funding program that was providing housing aid to help those affected by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly 300 people are still displaced from the storm, and were staying in New York City hotels. After funding ...

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