Tag Archives: Stanford White

Designers of the Villard Mansion

In the late 1800s, the building of the Villard Mansion was something of a big deal on Madison Avenue. When Henry Villard started to build the mansion, he sought out his brother-in-law, Charles Follen McKim and his associates to help … Continue reading

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History Tidbits From Mosette

If you’ve dined in The Madison Room at The Palace or enjoyed a cocktail in our corridor bar, formerly known as Gilt, then you are familiar with the space we are referring to and will be surprised to know some of its … Continue reading

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What’s Your Sign?

The New York Palace is filled with unique architectural structures and tantalizing tidbits created by the two greatest designers of the early 1880′s – Stanford White and Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Their designs have made the hotel not only enjoyable to visit, … Continue reading

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