The Standard, High Line


The Telegraph says: Andre Balazs’s Meatpacking District hot spot on the banks of the Hudson River literally straddles The High Line Park. With its velvet-roped bistro, ground-floor beer garden and two ultra-hip rooftop club lounges, its aesthetic is LA flash meets New York glamour. read more
Time Out says: The Standard sits on giant concrete stilts above Manhattan’s famous High Line. It feels a little bit like floating above the city as you soak in the view of the Hudson River, all the way to the World Trade Center. (You can also literally soak in your bath while you admire the view.) read more
Conde Nast says: Even if you aren't big on working out, check out the 17th-floor gym for sweeping Hudson River views. And if you're a night owl, head up to Le Bain, the penthouse discotheque and bar, for even better views and live DJs. read more
Vanity Fair says: The latest creation from André Balazs is a New York branch of his modish Standard hotels. Rising from one of the city’s most sought-after sites, in the heart of the Meatpacking District, two glass-curtain slabs literally jump the tracks of the High Line, the old freight railroad that’s been transformed into a park on stilts. The design spans—and expands on—a century of modern architecture. read more




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