A Farewell To Hotel Pennsylvania

An iconic location in mid-town Manhattan is closing its doors for good. The Hotel Pennsylvania will not reopen, succumbing to this past year’s lack of business and years of narrowly avoiding the chopping block. The fourth largest hotel in New York City was well situated, right across from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, making it a natural and affordable stop for travelers and concert goers alike.

Located on 7th Avenue between 32nd and 33rd, and built by the Pennsylvania Railroad under the operatation of Ellsworth Statler, The Hotel Pennsylvania first opened on January 25, 1919. Original Pennsylvania

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