Located in the heart of Lower Manhattan, The Beekman is surely a jewel that shines in the newly transformed region, boasting new restaurants, shopping malls, and a fully refurbished Seaport district
Built on one of Manhattan’s last architectural treasures, The Beekman is synonymous of elegance and sophistication. Located in an 1883 Victorian building that remained intact after a century whose facade has been declared an official city monument since 1998, the 287-room Thompson’s boutique hotel opened its doors in New York in 2016. Restored by designer Martin Brudnizki’s lenses, the hotel’s decor highlights the intersection between classic and contemporary with marble mosaics, dazzling glass lamps and vintage Persian rugs.
Adding to the eccentric experience, Keith MacNally opens there the Augustine, a French bistro that will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Completing the dining options, Tom Colicchio signs The Bar Room and Fowler & Weels – offering in-room dining 24 hours a day.
Situated between the East and Hudson Rivers, the boutique hotel is surrounded by the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade Center and Park Row Building, which are perfectly framed from the private balconies of the two penthouses located in its towers. Renovated with sensitivity by the architecture of Gerner Kronik & Valcarcel, the building now revives its neglected beauty without losing the identity of the original building.
→ 123 Nassau St, New York