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199 Chrystie is made up of only fourteen bespoke units. Designed by renowned designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, the building hovers above the treetops of Sara D. Roosevelt Park and possesses a level of architectural detail and timeless significance enhanced by Tedeschi's Made in Italy.
Cipriani will finally open Harry’s Table its 28,000 square-foot food hall at Waterline Square on the west side. Yesterday, the paper that had shrouded the windows throughout the pandemic was taken down and the windows were being cleaned, ready for a late summer opening.
The Battery Maritime Building is a project spearheaded by the Cipriani family. Marvel Architects & Thierry W. Despont Ltd were the firms overseeing the restoration, construction and design of the landmarked property, that will reopen in late summer 2021.
Tedeschi was commissioned to create all the furnishings and FF&E for the hotel rooms and public areas.
20 March 2019
Hotel Hendricks debuts in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, boasting luxury accomodation, elevated Latin cuisine and two tooftop venues.
The new hotel hotspot has curated a space where uptown glamour and downtown edge converge, embracing rock-and-roll glam in everything from rooftop cocktails to rooms with luxe fitting.
15 May 2019
31 January 2019
Mr. C in Coconut Grove Miami
Fourth-generation hospitality leaders, brothers Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani have added its third property to their roster of Mr. C hotels: Coconut Grove.
10 January 2019
The Italian group is building a state-of-the-art hotel complex around an iconic 1950’s hotel Punta del Este, Uruguay. The grandson of Giuseppe Cipriani and a Bellini (drink created by his grandfather) welcome guests to the launch of the Ocean Resort & Club Residences at their local residence.
by Casa Vogue
Mr. C Seaport is a rare jewel among New York luxury hotels. Developed by brothers Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani, the fourth-generation visionaries of the celebrated Italian hospitality family, the hotel comprises sixty-six rooms, six of which are suites with covetable balcony terraces. It occupies a landmarked group of five, mid-nineteenth century red-brick buildings in New York’s Seaport District.