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New York Yacht Club Windows; Knickerbocker Hotel Update

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MIDTOWN—After we published an essay of beautiful New York City windows by architectural photographer Bob Estremera, Curbed commenter Nathan Reyna queried why we had neglected to include the ones adorning the New York Yacht Club, a Beaux-Arts beauty built in 1899. Well, ask and ye shall receive. Bob forwarded along the photo above. Enjoy. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

ALSO MIDTOWN—The born-again Knickerbocker Hotel is set to re-open this summer, and Felcor Lodging Trust announced today that they partnered with Gabellini Sheppard Associates to design all of the interior spaces. According to a press release, rooms will have "a sleek and contemporary, customized layout" and be "outfitted in bespoke furnishings," and the center piece of the hotel restaurant will be a "hand-carved Frapuccino marble" bar. A few interior renderings had been previously released, and there are a few new ones after the jump. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]