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Ring My Bell: 12 Hours at the Clock Tower in the New York Edition Hotel

8:30 a.m.: Through small windows with dark wood panes the slanted morning sun hits the Flatiron building across Madison Square Park. Inside the Clock Tower, chef Jason Atherton’s new restaurant, Françoise Hardy warbles over hidden speakers in an empty dining room whose tables are set heavily for breakfast. 1,592 more words

Magazine review: 2) SURFACE #101, July / August 2013.

It took SURFACE one hundred issues to evolve into a decent publication. My past experience with this title was largely unmemorable, but now with the new art direction by… 611 more words

Magazine Review

Miami Beach Edition

The Edition Hotel opened here in Miami during Art Basel, in December, and I have already been at least 7 times. Any time a friend is visiting or someone asks for a recommendation on where to go in South Beach, this place is first on my list. 437 more words

Disco

Market Movers: The Ugly Truth About Scaffolding

Like Russian oligarchs or Duane Reades, construction scaffolds are omnipresent features of the modern New York cityscape.

Unattractive but inoffensive enough in their spare, skeletal way—and who among us hasn’t scampered gratefully beneath one to wait out a sudden rainstorm?—they’re so commonplace as to be scarcely noticeable. 1,374 more words

New York City

What is a boutique hotel?

What is a boutique hotel?

Boutique hotels are small, 150 rooms or fewer, but not too small. (A hotel with fewer than 10 rooms is a Bed & Breakfast or Inn.) Boutique hotels are typically privately owned or part of a small group of hotels. 616 more words

Business

OCEANFRONT TRIPLEX PENTHOUSE

4 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 5246SF, total 8290SF, YR 2014, HOA $9805/mo List $27,500,000.

Ian Schrager returns to Miami Beach with his latest  creation–A 4 bedroom 4.5 bathroom Triplex Penthouse, with over 8200 sqft. 53 more words

Miami Beach

Miami Beach Edition- First Look

Miami Beach Edition- First Look

A Look Inside Ian Schrager’s New Hotel

There’s certainly no shortage of  hotels in Miami Beach, whether modern and sleek or historic and art deco, but there is always room for a new edition hotel to enter the playing game. 208 more words