The New York EDITION will feature 273 guest rooms and suites with spectacular views of the city as well as a 2, 900 square foot restaurant, located on the landmarked second floor and outfitted with mahogany wood paneled walls and specially curated art. The hotel will offer approximately 2, 100 square feet of versatile meeting and event space, an intimate lobby bar; and a 1, 650 square foot state-of-the-art fitness center and spa located on the 39th floor.
Centrally located on 24th street and Madison Avenue, The New York EDITION sits directly across from New York’s iconic Madison Square Park. Originally built in 1909 as the headquarters for The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, the historic 41-story clock tower is an iconic New York landmark.
The hotel will also offer about 2, 100 square feet of versatile meeting and event space that ranges from an executive boardroom to studio space.
Three 1, 350 square foot penthouses have sweeping views of the city and are suitable tor private events and gatherings.
The hotel’s signature restaurant offers customized banquet menus for private events, luncheons, dinner parties and business meetings.
Meanwhile, the new book “Ian Schrager: Works” is set to be released on May 5th. At 408 pages, thevolume spans almost forty years of contemporary high design as masterminded by Ian Schrager.
From Amazon, “This book presents many never-before-seen photographs from hotels such as the Morgans, Paramount, Delano, Mondrian, and the famed Gramercy Park Hotel in New York that Schrager collaborated on with the painter Julian Schnabel; residential properties, including 40 Bond Street and 50 Gramercy Park North; and the legendary club Studio 54.
“With more than 200 photographs and texts from the most important designers of our generation—including Philippe Starck, John Pawson, and Jacques Herzog, all of whom also have designed for Schrager—the book reveals some of the highest and most successful expressions of environmental curation to date. This volume will have an enduring impact on entrepreneurs, interior designers, industrial designers, and cultural communities alike.”