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At New York’s Posh St. Regis Hotel, the Marketing Is the View And landmarked French windows don't hurt

In a dynamic city like New York where the skyline is a perpetual work in progress, a hotel—even an elegant hotel—seldom gets to stand for more than a few decades.…

October 30, 2013, 9:52 PM EDT

Perspective: Up in the Old Hotel Trying to convey the tradition of The Pierre hotel in New York in a print ad

In 1930, when the French-born Charles Pierre Casalasco finished building the Hotel Pierre—a Georgian-style chateau with a copper-clad mansard stretching its neck 500 feet above Central Park—he specified that the…

September 6, 2012, 12:04 AM EDT

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