Friday, May 28, 2010


 New York – May 24 – 230 Fifth.  Last night in town what better than to go to 230 Fifth, the rooftop bar, club and restaurant to admire the 360 degree view of the greatest city in the world.   Created by nightlife entrepreneur, Steven Greenberg who previously owned or co-owned The Palladium, Roxy and The Cobalt Club in the legendary Gramercy Park Hotel. On top of 230 Fifth is like being on a beach with palm trees and the surreal view of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings, as well as, the golden domed New York Life Building, purple crowned Met Life Building and in the distance the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty. Open 365 days a year, the rooftop bar is partially heated and, if necessary, cozy fleece hooded red robes or oversized blankets are provided for extra warmth.   Below the rooftop bar is a luxurious Penthouse Lounge with seating for up to 600 guests. Large, but intimate, with a 1940s modernist decor and many original furnishings it is fully surrounded by floor to ceiling glass windows and beveled peach mirrors, it also shares the breathtaking panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
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