Client: Paramount Hotel
Location: 235 West 46th Street, New York, NY
Size: 8,500 square feet
Construction Schedule: 26 weeks
Architect: Stonehill & Taylor
Engineer: CFS Engineering
Construction Timelapse Photographers: Hector Arrivillaga & Brandon Cotter
Editor: Noel Cordero
From 1938 to 1951, Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe operated in the basement of the Paramount. Known for its vaudeville-style revues, the club featured the day’s top entertainers and even inspired a 1940s movie musical. Seventy-five years after the club first opened and following a $20 million renovation, the Diamond Horseshoe is a prime midtown nightlife destination and venue for environmental theatrical experiences, events, and other unique programming overseen by Variety Worldwide LLC and LDV Hospitality. The six-thousand square foot ballroom features two bars, a brand new kitchen, banquet style tables, and various private rooms.
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