Mondrian Park Avenue opens in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood

New 189-key Park Avenue Hotel adds to Journal Hotels' portfolio of storied properties

Mondrian Park Avenue opened on October 2 in New York City's NoMad neighborhood. The property is managed by Journal Hotels and licensed from sbe.

Originally constructed in 1918 as a 15-story office building, five floors were added during the hotel conversion elevating the property to a 20-story hotel. It was initially conceived as an SLS designed by Philippe Starck. The 189-key hotel. The premier 1,300-square-foot Piet Suite offers two bedrooms, a separate living room and dining area, wet bar, private balconies, and other luxury amenities.

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On-property amenities include Cleo restaurant, sbe's culinary concept headed by Chef Danny Elmaleh. Additionally, Stephen Brandman, co-owner, and CEO of Journal Hotels has collaborated with Butter Group's Richie Akiva of 1Oak and Butter on a pair of pulsating nightlife venues including Fifteen Stories, a rooftop lounge, and adjacent outdoor terrace.

Fifteen Stories will be an all-day space for guests with food and drink offerings, and Yours Truly will be a subterranean nightclub catering to the aristocrats of New York City with a dedicated hidden entrance.

The property will also feature curated artworks throughout.

For more information, visit www.mondrianparkavenue.com.

Source: PRNewswire