Photos by Robyn Roth-Moise
Join us for another lively conversation with Richard Roth Jr. as he takes through some of his family’s greatest achievements in hotel architecture, including some of his own.
- Learn about famed architect Emery Roth’s childhood living in a small Bed and Breakfast which would serve as inspiration for some of his famous hotels
- Hear the stories of some of NYC’s most iconic modern hotels told by the man who was behind them
- Listen to Richard’s stories about one of his most infamous clients, the Hemsleys, and his dealings with the Queen of Mean herself
About the event:
From the Belleclaire to the Palace, the Roth family was just as involved in building some of New York’s most iconic hotels as they were apartment houses and office buildings. Join us for another lively conversation with Richard Roth Jr. as he takes through some of his families greatest achievements in hotel architecture, including some of his own. These stories are some of Richard’s best and will involve a couple of famous clients that were front-page headliners for years.
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