Gansevoort Installs Some Sort Of Silencer

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July 15, 2005 at 2:10 PM | by | ()

Management at the Hotel Gansevoort in New York City has finally installed a duct from the ground floor to the top of the building to appease neighborhood residents, tired of the noise coming from the restaurants vents and other places.

"We're quite relieved ourselves," Michael Lindenbaum, director of public relations and special events for Hotel Gansevoort told the The Villager newspaper. "The exhaust noise is almost eliminated," he said.

Apparently the hotel spent "tens of thousands of dollars" but was also denied an application for a second cash bar on the rooftop restaurant because neighbors were upset about "loud music, noisy parties and rowdy patrons."

In otherwords, good times can be had at Gansevoort, but not for the folks that live next door.

Nice to see the Dennis Rodman of hotels is staying in the news.

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