Uninhabited for decades, lower Manhattan’s 5 Beekman Street has been passionately transformed to its former glory. Built by the architecture firm Silliman & Farnsworth in 1883 and reinvigorated by award-winning designer Martin Brudinzki, the historic Beekman contains some of most magnificent interiors. A perfect blend of classic and contemporary elements, The Beekman is illuminated from within by a soaring pyramidal skylight capping a stunning nine-level atrium, framed by Victorian railing and creating a one-of-a-kind architectural experience.
Well preserved and originally styled moldings, age oaked floors, and understated period chandeliers, adorn The Beekman’s spacious rooms. Appointed with an eclectic mix of vintage furnishings, sourced from antique collectors across the world, guests are fully immersed in the history and luxurious feel of the American Romantic period.
The Beekman provides a world-class dining experience as award winning chefs, Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally surprise and indulge, reflecting on the cultural and culinary history of lower Manhattan. Thus, The Beekman has quickly become a renowned downtown destination since opening in September 2016.
Within the majestic walls of one of New York’s most exceptional landmarks, The Beekman is an architectural gem, exuding elegance and charm.
123 Nassau St
New York, NY 10038
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