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Stanhope Hotel launches brand-new gallery suites.

A cross the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in the heart of fabled Museum Mile, The Stanhope fabled has created a new service for art and antique dealers: The Stanhope Gallery. The specially appointed suites, occupying an entire floor, often dealers the optimum location for private showings in an old-world environment ideal for the exhibition and sale of antiquities and fine art.

The Stanhope Hotel is currently accepting applications for the state-of-the-art suites, which offer display space of up to 1,000 square feet at one of New York's most prestigious addresses.

The 10 designated suites are appointed with floating track lighting systems featuring Lightolier low-voltage, quartz halogen lights; picture molding on the perimeter; two-line telephones; and a Central Station Security system ensuring the highest rating for insurance purposes. The elegant French-inspired decor, with walls swathed in custom-designed pastel wall covering, adds a tasteful backdrop for exhibitions.

In addition to the benefits of a prestigious address overlooking Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum, clients can take advantage of the many hotel facilities and services, including 24-hour room service, restaurant facilities within the hotel for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a new fitness Club. Access to individual floors is by elevator key only.
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Title Annotation:hotel converts one floor into 10 suites for exhibitions, sale of antiquities, art
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jun 24, 1992
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