1920’s New York is on everyone’s lips, following Baz Luhrmann’s revamp of The Great Gatsby. And while the city has lived a thousand lifetimes since then, a few special spots keep that vintage charm alive.
The New Yorker Hotel is an historical icon, pre-dating both the Empire State and Chrysler buildings. At 43 stories and 2,500 rooms, it was a modern marvel of the late 1920’s, a feat of architecture that symbolized the booming industrial revolution.
Fast-forward a century, and this stately hotel is still standing strong. It’s had a few facelifts over the years, modernized and upgraded with the latest technology and amenities. But one thing has and always will be preserved: that classic Art Deco appeal.
The Alfus Group is proud to be a key player in The New Yorker’s next chapter, placing several senior department heads since December, 2012 — including the General Manager, Director of Sales and Marketing and Director of Finance.
For anyone enamored with New York City nostalgia, there’s no better place than The New Yorker hotel.
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