US: Managed by Highgate and designed by Yabu Pushelberg, Park Lane New York has opened on Central Park South.
The 47-storey hotel features 610 rooms, 11,000 square feet of event space, and three F&B venues.
Design agency Yabu Pushelberg redesigned the building which now features murals from local artists throughout. Independent branding agency Mother Design worked on the hotel’s image and identity.
Scott Sartiano, founder of The Sartiano Group (the company behind Manhattan’s Zero Bond private members club) has concepted Park Lane’s food and beverage program. Rose Lane is an 80-seat lobby bar; Harry’s New York Bar restaurant sits on the second floor; and Darling is the hotel’s rooftop cocktail bar.
The Park Room and The Empire Room – the hotel’s main meeting space – features 15-foot ceilings and divisible spaces.
Arash Azarbarzin, CEO at Highgate, said: “The arrival of Park Lane marks the newest standout for Highgate – and the next chapter for our company as we continue to add to our lifestyle and luxury portfolio. We’ve brought together an inimitable cast of collaborators – including the globally acclaimed Yabu Pushelberg and visionary Scott Sartiano – to create an inclusive, one-of-a-kind hospitality experience. Joining sister hotels like The Newbury Boston, Modernhaus Soho, Hotel Figueroa, and more, we are very excited to offer the Highgate experience and service at the historic address of Park Lane.”
Highgate is a real estate investment and hospitality management company. The group has exposure in US gateway cities including New York, Boston, Miami, San Francisco and Honolulu, with a growing footprint in Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America.
Park Lane is a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts L.V.X. Collection.