New York’s Iconic Eye Candy

January 10, 2013

Manhattan is a standout when it comes to glancing heavenward to take in the looming facades and cronical shapes of its skyscrapers, many of which sprung up during the Art Deco era. When choosing a hotel, it makes sense to opt for the one with amazing views of the city’s blockbuster vistas.


The Chrysler Building holds sway over the views from many of the rooms at Cassa Hotel and Residences, by Assa Properties, CEO Solly Assa; which was designed by architect Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos and CetraRuddy. The obelisk-like exterior rises above 45th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues, a stone’s throw from Times Square and the Theater District. Though the city is an irresistible draw, during those days or nights when an excursion seems like too much work. Restaurant 1945 and lounge with an attendance provide all the entertainment a sawy soul could desire.

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