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New Yorker Hotel

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Identification

New Yorker Hotel
113943

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Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
steel
light brown
art deco

Usages

hotel office

Facts

  • The New Yorker was the city's largest hotel when it opened with 2,500 guest rooms and has always had spectacular views of New York City.
  • Joined the Ramada hotel chain on January 3, 2000.
  • The famous New Yorker sign with 20 foot high letters went dark in 1967.
  • The closest hotel to the Javits Convention Center.
  • Considered the most conveniently located hotel in New York City to public transportation and is directly across the street from Madison Square Garden and Pennsylvania Station.
  • All hotel rooms are located above the eighteenth floor.

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Location

481-497 8th Avenue
301-307 West 34th Street, 16 Penn Plaza, 300-320 West 35th Street
481 8th Avenue at West 34th Street, NW Corner to West 35th Street
10001
Clinton
Manhattan
New York City
New York
U.S.A.

Technical Data

470.01 ft
41
1930
1999

Involved Companies

Sugarman & Berger

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