Clarion Hotel Park Avenue
429 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10016
Phone: (212) 532-4860
Fax: (212) 545-9727
Be it a private outing or a corporate event you will have a quality time spent in the Majestic Yacht Charters. The cruise is literally majestic with luxury dripping throughout. Head on and cruise through the calm waters and find out New York city's hidden charm unraveling before you.
The imposing structure of the 69th Regiment Armory stands tall on Lexington Avenue. The story behind the construction of the armory begins in the late 1800s, when a need for armories arose in the aftermath of the American Civil War. The style of architecture that embodies this armory was a deliberate break-away from the fortress-style that was so prevalent in armories till that point. The 69th Regiment Armory was designed by firm of Hunt & Hunt in the Beaux-Arts technique, making it even more valuable. Today, the building has a place in the National Register of Historic Places, and plays host to several prominent events.
Built in 1896, the Appellate Division Courthouse of New York State is a historic landmark in New York City. This iconic limestone structure features a beautiful Beaux Arts style of architecture. It is replete with marble sculptures, murals and paintings, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Offering a much-needed green environment to the urban population in New York, Madison Square Park is a lush green patch at the beginning of the Flatiron District. All through the year, the park plays host to various cultural events, exhibitions and concerts, all of which are attended in large numbers. Throughout the park, visitors will find a burst of color within its well-manicured flower gardens. Tiny tots and four-legged friends will also have lots to do at Jemmy's Dog Run and the playground. Another perfect addition to the park is Shake Shack, the beloved burger place; it can't be missed.
The Tiffany and Company Building is located at Manhattan, New York. This landmark building got completed in the year 1906 C.E and was Tiffany home until 1940 C.E. Today it houses a TD Bank branch, tchotchke shop, and Burger King. The building got listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places on June 2, 1978.
Located to the north of Madison Square, the Worth Square is dedicated to General William Jenkins Worth, who fought in the Seminole and Mexican Wars respectively. A monument has been built in his honor and is the second oldest monument in the city after the George Washington equestrian monument.
The majestic Empire State Building was completed in 1931, becoming the world's tallest building at the time. While no longer the tallest, it remains as impressive and iconic as ever. At night the building is lit up, often with special colors marking important dates and holidays. The main highlights here are the two observatories perched on the 86th and 102nd floors, where a bird's eye view of this magnificent city is a sight to behold. The observation decks are regularly open until 2a, so visitors can experience incredible nighttime views of the city that never sleeps.
Church of the Incarnation is a rustic looking church located in the neighborhood of Manhattan. Established in 19th century, the structure has a heavy influence of the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. The building has been preserved and maintained well since its birth. Services, Weddings, Funerals, Baptisms and all other religious practices are carried out at the church. The interiors of the church are warm and soothing. A visit to the inner premises is sure to put you at peace. In addition to the innate beauty of the place, a lot of art works by famous artists adorn the interiors. The sheer sight of this place will leave you spell bound.
Quite possibly the most gorgeous square in New York, Gramercy Park has a mysterious air of exclusivity. The square was built in the 1830s as a residence for the very rich, and in the center, they built what is New York's only private park. Residents in the surrounding buildings have keys to the lovely oasis, and it is only open to the public a few days a year, on special occasions. Guests at the Gramercy Park Hotel also get a key, so they may enjoy a stroll during their stay. The homes at Gramercy were built by some of New York's leading architects, so the area is definitely worth a trip, even if you find yourself locked out of this Garden of Eden.
Built in 1902 and designed by Daniel H. Burnham, the Flatiron Building is considered the oldest and possibly, one of the most famous skyscrapers in New York City. Instantly recognizable, the building includes a mix of Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles and has a peculiar wedge shape (like that of an old-fashioned flat iron) that has made it a New York favorite. The area's Flatiron District is named after this enduring New York symbol.
The building housing the Morgan Library & Museum and research facility was constructed by J.P. Morgan Sr., who was one of the richest men in the country. It opened to the public in 1924. A national landmark, the exhibition room showcases rare manuscripts and books - a grand variety of works by musicians, writers, artists and more, including Bach, Hemingway and Rembrandt. Differing programs are offered year round, plus there’s a small cafe, garden court, dining room and extensive gift shop.
Koreatown is also known K-town in New York. This locality lies between 31st & 36th Streets and its most crowded section is the 32nd. The 32nd is also officially called the Korea Way and is between Fifth avenue and Broadway. It is close to the Empire State Building, Flower and Garment districts is an ideal location. A Korean business district, few people live around this place. The entire Koreatown has many restaurants, Korean goods and groceries which are difficult to find.