Tag Archives: The Villard Mansion

August 09 2013

Uncovering the Courtyard

If you’ve walked by our Madison Avenue entrance recently, then you’ve probably noticed something special. We’re excited to announce the unveiling of our courtyard! When our entryway was previously covered by scaffolding, as you saw in our post Subtle Changes at The Palace, we made an effort to decorate the area with delicate garlands and lights. However, nothing compares to the original open space, and we’re happy to share with you images of its return! Check out the photos below … Read More

April 26 2013

History Tidbits From Mosette

If you’ve dined in The Madison Room at The Palace or enjoyed a cocktail in our corridor bar, formerly known as Gilt, then you are familiar with the space we are referring to and will be surprised to know some of its history. In our previous post, “Past & Present with Mosette Broderick: Building The Villard Mansion,” Broderick touched on various stories and anecdotes about the mansion, but there was one common theme that stuck out – the collaboration of artists. The … Read More

April 11 2013

Past & Present with Mosette Broderick: Building The Villard Mansion

Past & Present with Mosette Broderick: Building The Villard Mansion As time passes and The New York Palace continues to evolve, there has been one person in particular who has kept up with The Palace’s long history, Ms. Mosette Glaser Broderick. Having co-written The Villard Houses: Life Story of a Landmark, Broderick is one of the most knowledgeable people about many historical sites in New York, especially The Villard Mansion and The New York Palace. Among her many titles, Broderick … Read More