Ian Schrager, co-founder first of New York’s infamous Studio 54 and later the boutique hotel industry, made his mark in San Francisco in 2001 with a radical remodel of the Clift Hotel and its renowned Redwood Room.In lieu of bellmen and turndown service, you’ll pay a lower rate for a Manhattan address with buzzworthy bars and restaurants close at hand.Inspired by yacht cabins and the digital age, the minimally decorated, mostly small rooms offer hardwood floors, comfortable platform beds, 50-inch flat-screen TVs with Apple TV, 10 easy-access outlets and USB ports, wall-to-ceiling windows with triple-glazed glass and electronically operated blackout shades.Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s grill-themed, multiethnic Public Kitchen and market/cafe Louis, three bars (including a popular rooftop locale), and a multimedia/performing arts space attract locals, while verdant gardens soften the edges.Within walking distance are the New Museum, a showcase for contemporary artists, and the Tenement Museum, which focuses on urban immigrants and their decidedly pre-gentrified lodgings; check the calendar for live music at the Bowery Ballroom.Most rooms limit occupancy to two; for more space, book the king room with sofa bed (269 square feet, maximum three occupants), which also offers a soaking tub, or the one-bedroom suite (565 square feet, maximum two occupants).
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
APRIL 30, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - EASTERN HARDWOOD FLOORING & REMODELING LLC
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