In February we first introduced you to a soon-to-be unique place at The Palace in our post, When History Meets Evolution. Since then our team has been working hard to prepare the space. Check out our progress below.
At the New York Palace, we serve several types of guests – the short-term visitors that enjoy The Palace for a few days while on vacation and for business, and our extended stay clients, who stay anywhere from a few … Continue reading
If you’ve entered the hotel through our Madison Avenue courtyard entrance, you may have noticed the doors to the right and left of the main entryway. The door on the right will take you to the Madison Room for dining, … Continue reading
Posted in A New York Legend is Reborn, History, Public Spaces
Tagged A New York Legend Is Reborn, Architectural League, Charles Platt, First National City Bank, Henry Villard, Municipal Art Society of New York, New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, New York City, New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, renovations, William Fahenstock