NEW YORK, May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mark, New York City's most exclusive hotel and residences, was buzzing last night as it hosted the celebrity elite for the most fashionable night of the year: The Costume Institute Gala at the Met, more commonly known as the Met Gala. Spotted yesterday exiting through the Jacques Grange-designed iconic black and white striped marble lobby were Jennifer Lopez, Anna Wintour, Carine Roitfeld, Sienna Miller, Katie Holmes and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Located in one of Manhattan's most prestigious neighborhoods, at 77th and Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side, The Mark continues to attract global trendsetters to its hotel and residences. Designer to the likes of Yves St. Laurent and Princess Caroline, Jacques Grange has conceived the interior design of The Mark, bringing his ultra-chic sense of style to both the public spaces and residences. The aesthetic transformation made The Mark into a building of legend and an instant landmark whose public spaces are as celebrated as its private ones.
With high accolades from top consumer and design publications around the world, the hotel is always vibrant with excitement. Stylish guests and residents enjoy five-star dining at The Mark Restaurant and Bar, with a luscious menu specially crafted by the award-winning chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, as well as indulging in the Frederic Fekkai salon, one of the most celebrated names in beauty and hairstyling. Other amenities and services include The Mark's state-of-the-art Punch Fitness center, an exclusive shoe shine kiosk and butler service from French shoe label John Lobb, and an exclusive scent by Parisian perfumer Frederic Malle.
The Mark is home to one of New York City's most lavish penthouses; the 10,000-square foot duplex residence, with a private rooftop terrace and 26-foot ceilings under the building's landmarked cupola, is on the market for $60 million. Also available for purchase are five residences ranging from two-to-five-bedrooms. For more information, please call 212.772.1600 or visit the website for The Mark Residences.
SOURCE The Mark