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November 16 2012

The Palace, in Progress – Checking in on The New York Palace’s Renovation Project

If you’ve walked past The Palace recently, you may have noticed we’re making some alterations to the exterior of our building. But our efforts extend far beyond the scaffolding we’re currently using for routine restoration of the historic brownstone surrounding our Madison Avenue courtyard. As part of the $120 million renovation project we embarked on earlier this year, The New York Palace is retooling all of our exclusive Towers Rooms and Suites. We’ve finished substantial pieces of these renovations, including a set of upscale … Read More

November 05 2012

Donate to Help Victims of Hurricane Sandy

The New York Palace expresses its deepest concern and condolences for victims of Hurricane Sandy, which continues to impact the northeast after making landfall in New Jersey last week. As our city and region comes together to recover from the effects of this tragic storm in the days, weeks and months to come, we encourage donations to aid and relief groups. Though The Palace was not directly affected by the storm surge or a lack of electricity, many in our … Read More

October 15 2012

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: A New York City Tradition

New York City celebrates the holidays in grand style, with the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop in Times Square, and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. But before the calendar flips to December, the city officially kicks off the holiday season with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The 86th annual parade will take place on Thursday, November 22. It starts at 9am on the Upper West Side, before rolling past Central Park and into Midtown, just … Read More