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    hotel management
  • A hotel manager or hotelier is a person who holds a management occupation within a hotel, motel, or resort establishment. Management titles and duties vary by company. In some hotels the title hotel manager or hotelier may solely be referred to the General Manager of the hotel.





    boutique
  • A boutique, from the French word for "shop," is a small shopping outlet, especially one that specializes in elite and fashionable items such as clothing and jewellery.

  • An agency that provides a limited service, such as one that does creative work but does not provide media planning, research, etc. Usually, this refers to a relatively small company.

  • A business that serves a sophisticated or specialized clientele

  • A small store selling fashionable clothes or accessories

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Eventi Hotel, New York City




Eventi Hotel, New York City





Eventi Hotel
851 Sixth Avenue (at 29th Street)
New York, NY

Eventi Hotel reception desk
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The May 2010 opening of the Eventi Hotel represented for Kimpton its 50th hotel and fourth completely unique hotel in New York City. Kimpton's other three Manhattan hotels are The Muse, 70 Park Avenue and Ink48. Occupying an entire block on Sixth Avenue between West 29th and West 30th streets, the Eventi straddles the garment and flower districts.

The hotel was developed and owned by JD Carlisle Development Corp. (aka 835 Avenue of the Americas L.P.) Founded more than 50 years ago, JD Carlisle Development Corp. is a prominent real estate owner and developer in New York City. The firm has developed numerous successful apartment/condominium projects in Manhattan including Morton Square, Cielo, Centria, Atelier, Gramercy Green, and 600 Washington.

Jules Demchick is the chairman of JD Carlisle LLC and Evan Stein, president of JD Carlisle.

In October 2005 JD Carlisle was expecting to work with the Fitzpatrick Hotel Group and with Cathal McGinley of KMS Commercial on a $500 million dollar hotel with residential units at West 29th Street and Sixth Avenue, however the Irish funds did not materialize and those early plans fizzled.

The idea for the size of the project came to developer Jules Demchick when he realized the site, a parking lot and several two story buildings, had no real height restrictions. He believed the site allowed for a real hotel, not a boutique, and provided the opportunity to also build within the project apartments on top of the hotel and multiple restaurants. For the restaurants, Demchick determined he needed an operator who could create a buzz and deliver food and entertainment to the hotel crowd, renters and locals. For the apartments Demchick recognized the views of Manhattan as the driving attribute.

A banking consortium including Bank of America and HSBC loaned JD Carlisle Development $370 million for the project in early 2008. It is estimated the final cost of the project was near $600 million.

Designed by Perkins Eastman for J.D. Carlisle Development, the 54-story mixed-use building at 851 Sixth Avenue (aka 851 Avenue of the Americas) consist of a 290 room hotel on the first 24 floors and 302 apartment rentals on floors 25 through 54. The project also includes over 15,000 square feet of meeting space, a 500 car public garage, several restaurants and bars and an outdoor multi-level public
plaza with a 30 x 16 foot HD-format LED screen. The restaurants include Food-Parc, Jeffrey Chodorow and Ed Schoenfold's new futuristic food court, as well as Chodorow's highly anticipated Bar Basque. The hotel with more than 15,000 square feet of multi-faceted meeting and event spaces - hence the name Eventi.

Perkins Eastman also designed the Cielo tower on the corner of 83rd Street at York Avenue and the Centria at 18 West 48th Street, both for J.D. Carlisle Development. Hotels Perkins Eastman have designed include Embassy Suites Hotel in Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City and in a collaboration with others on the Cooper Square Hotel in Manhattan's Bowery area. In addition, the firm has distinguished itself with the futuristic ticket booth at Times Square.

James Gardner, the architecture critic, describes the building in Real Deal: "Perkins Eastman designed a pale tower clad largely in limestone, especially at the base, which will houses the hotel. The lower part of the facade consists of a series of long and narrow windows cut into the cladding to form a slightly syncopated rhythm. As the building rises, the syncopation becomes bolder and the glass more evident, until, by around the 25th floor, the facade turns entirely to glass. The result is a sober, decent and elegant building that enhances the building stock in this part of the city."

The 302 apartment rental units on floors 25 to 53 are known as "the Beatrice" - JD Carlisle President Evan Stein said the apartment project was named for his maternal grandmother. Stein told the Real Deal "We built what we believe to be a very elegant building," and "My grandmother was the most elegant lady you could ever meet."

In November 2009 Thomas Mathes was named general manager of the Eventi. Previously he served Kimpton at its Hotel Allegro in Chicago and the 200-room Muse Hotel in Manhattan.

The hotel has original pieces (13 digital prints on aluminum) by artist Barbara Nessim scattered throughout. The hotel lobby is warm and comfy, as Kimpton founder Bill Kimpton liked his boutique hotels to be. However, the Eventi is not a boutique - but fits Kimpton Hotel's broader range of hotel development that includes new construction mix use buildings with significant meeting/convention facilities

The interior designer, Colum McCartan, created Eventi's interiors as rich and luxurious, with custom-made furnishings that combine classic elegance and modern touches. McCartan also created the interiors for











Eventi Hotel, New York City




Eventi Hotel, New York City





Eventi Hotel
851 Sixth Avenue (at 29th Street)
New York, NY

Reception at the Eventi Hotel.
------
The May 2010 opening of the Eventi Hotel represented for Kimpton its 50th hotel and fourth completely unique hotel in New York City. Kimpton's other three Manhattan hotels are The Muse, 70 Park Avenue and Ink48. Occupying an entire block on Sixth Avenue between West 29th and West 30th streets, the Eventi straddles the garment and flower districts.

The hotel was developed and owned by JD Carlisle Development Corp. (aka 835 Avenue of the Americas L.P.) Founded more than 50 years ago, JD Carlisle Development Corp. is a prominent real estate owner and developer in New York City. The firm has developed numerous successful apartment/condominium projects in Manhattan including Morton Square, Cielo, Centria, Atelier, Gramercy Green, and 600 Washington.

Jules Demchick is the chairman of JD Carlisle LLC and Evan Stein, president of JD Carlisle.

In October 2005 JD Carlisle was expecting to work with the Fitzpatrick Hotel Group and with Cathal McGinley of KMS Commercial on a $500 million dollar hotel with residential units at West 29th Street and Sixth Avenue, however the Irish funds did not materialize and those early plans fizzled.

The idea for the size of the project came to developer Jules Demchick when he realized the site, a parking lot and several two story buildings, had no real height restrictions. He believed the site allowed for a real hotel, not a boutique, and provided the opportunity to also build within the project apartments on top of the hotel and multiple restaurants. For the restaurants, Demchick determined he needed an operator who could create a buzz and deliver food and entertainment to the hotel crowd, renters and locals. For the apartments Demchick recognized the views of Manhattan as the driving attribute.

A banking consortium including Bank of America and HSBC loaned JD Carlisle Development $370 million for the project in early 2008. It is estimated the final cost of the project was near $600 million.

Designed by Perkins Eastman for J.D. Carlisle Development, the 54-story mixed-use building at 851 Sixth Avenue (aka 851 Avenue of the Americas) consist of a 290 room hotel on the first 24 floors and 302 apartment rentals on floors 25 through 54. The project also includes over 15,000 square feet of meeting space, a 500 car public garage, several restaurants and bars and an outdoor multi-level public
plaza with a 30 x 16 foot HD-format LED screen. The restaurants include Food-Parc, Jeffrey Chodorow and Ed Schoenfold's new futuristic food court, as well as Chodorow's highly anticipated Bar Basque. The hotel has more than 15,000 square feet of multi-faceted meeting and event spaces - hence the name Eventi.

Perkins Eastman also designed the Cielo tower on the corner of 83rd Street at York Avenue and the Centria at 18 West 48th Street, both for J.D. Carlisle Development. Hotels Perkins Eastman have designed include Embassy Suites Hotel in Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City and in a collaboration with others on the Cooper Square Hotel in Manhattan's Bowery area. In addition, the firm has distinguished itself with the futuristic ticket booth at Times Square.

James Gardner, the architecture critic, describes the building in Real Deal: "Perkins Eastman designed a pale tower clad largely in limestone, especially at the base, which will houses the hotel. The lower part of the facade consists of a series of long and narrow windows cut into the cladding to form a slightly syncopated rhythm. As the building rises, the syncopation becomes bolder and the glass more evident, until, by around the 25th floor, the facade turns entirely to glass. The result is a sober, decent and elegant building that enhances the building stock in this part of the city."

The 302 apartment rental units on floors 25 to 53 are known as "the Beatrice" - JD Carlisle President Evan Stein said the apartment project was named for his maternal grandmother. Stein told the Real Deal "We built what we believe to be a very elegant building," and "My grandmother was the most elegant lady you could ever meet."

In November 2009 Thomas Mathes was named general manager of the Eventi. Previously he served Kimpton at its Hotel Allegro in Chicago and the 200-room Muse Hotel in Manhattan.

The hotel has original pieces (13 digital prints on aluminum) by artist Barbara Nessim scattered throughout. The hotel lobby is warm and comfy, as Kimpton founder Bill Kimpton liked his boutique hotels to be. However, the Eventi is not a boutique - but fits Kimpton Hotel's broader range of hotel development that includes new construction mix use buildings with significant meeting/convention facilities

The interior designer, Colum McCartan, created Eventi's interiors as rich and luxurious, with custom-made furnishings that combine classic elegance and modern touches. McCartan also created the interiors for Hotel Vit









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