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Frieze New York

Randall’s Island Park

May 2-5, 2019

Sister City

225 Bowery
10002 New York
Sister City is a hotel distilled to its most beautiful parts, located in the Lower East Side of New York City

**EXHIBITOR HOTEL**

Sister City is a new prototype for compassionate hospitality where efficiency and beauty find union. Located at 225 Bowery in New York City, the hotel is by creative agency Atelier Ace — the team behind Ace Hotel — and offers 200 intimate, efficient rooms, a ground-floor restaurant Floret helmed by Chef Joe Ogrodnek of Battersby in Brooklyn and a rooftop bar with sky and spirits.

Inspired by the functional perfection of Finnish saunas, Japanese bento boxes, rock-cut cliff dwellings of prehistory and John Cage’s 4’33”, Sister City provides you shelter from the elements, but orients you to the wider world, as well. We’re located a few doors down from the New Museum, right on Bowery, Manhattan’s oldest and most storied thoroughfare.

 

Sister City is offering Frieze New York exhibitors a special rate of 30% off if booked before 3/31 and 15% off thereafter. For reservations, call 646.343.4500 or email reservations@sistercitynyc.com

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