Bill's $4m price tag.57 East 54th Street, long the home of Bill's Nineties Restaurant (formerly Bill's Gay Nineties Gay Nineties
(Naughty Nineties) the 1890s; the fin-de-siècle epoch when traditional Victorian religiosity was flouted. [Am. and Br. Hist.: Payton, 264]
See : Highspiritedness ), has been sold to an Irish businessman for $4,250,000.
He intends to keep the restaurant, but under a new name, possibly in association with the Irish Tenors The Irish Tenors is a musical group comprised of three tenors: Anthony Kearns, Finbar Wright, and Karl Scully. Karl Scully replaced Ronan Tynan to become the group's newest member. They have seven recordings, and have reached the tops of the Billboard world music charts. singing group.
Representing the sellers were Vivian Meyers and Ted Schultheis of Gotham Realty with William McIntyre For the Scottish - Australian minister, see .
William Rogers McIntyre CC (born March 15, 1918) is a retired Canadian Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. of Midtown Commercial Real Estate representing the buyer.
The 9,049 s/f 5 story building is steeped in the history of Manhattan. Starting as a speakeasy Speakeasy - Simple array-oriented language with numerical integration and differentiation, graphical output, aimed at statistical analysis.
["Speakeasy", S. Cohen, SIGPLAN Notices 9(4), (Apr 1974)].
["Speakeasy-3 Reference Manual", S. Cohen et al. 1976]. in the 1920's, it became a very popular eating establishment frequented by Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant, and Marilyn Monroe.