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What's Going On With The Flatiron Hotel in NYC?

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September 13, 2010 at 9:14 AM | by | ()

Soho isn't the only area in NYC having a new hotel-a-go-go moment. Hotels of all sizes are also popping up in the area between 23rd and 29th Street. The latest to join The Ace and the Gansevoort Park in Nowheresville NoChe/NoMad is the mysterious Flatiron Hotel. But what's its deal?

The boutique property has had a website for awhile now, and this photo via Curbed shows that the building is in much better shape than many other new hotels we've followed right up to their opening.

A press release from management company Meyer Jabara Hotels put out last year only offers that the hotel will have 64 rooms, a rooftop bar, restaurant, and two-story fish tank in the lobby.

Oh, and this:

The guestroom décor will be reminiscent of the finest hotel rooms. With Venetian walls, platform beds, luxurious linens, mechanized drapes, wall-mounted flat screen plasma televisions, and even a television embedded in the bathroom mirror, guests will have the latest technology at their fingertips while being surrounded by luxury at every turn.

Alas, our follow-up inquiries have fallen upon deaf ears--or the folks behind this hotel just don't want to show their hand yet.

So we ask: What have you heard about the Flatiron Hotel? Feel free to email us your scoop or leave your tips in the comments below.

[Photo: Curbed ]

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