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This week, after a pandemic hiatus of more than three years, one of New York’s marquee hotels will reopen its 1,025 rooms to guests.
The Roosevelt Hotel, celebrating its centennial next year, has earned a place in Gotham history.
The stately mid-rise limestone and brick edifice — designed as part of Grand Central Terminal’s Terminal City complex, just steps from the North American long-distance train hub — was home to Guy Lombardo’s band for three decades, hosted New York Gov. Thomas Dewey when he prematurely declared victory over Harry Truman in the 1948 presidential election, and served as Mayor-elect John Lindsay’s victory stage and transition headquarters in 1965.
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Nicole Gelinas is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor at City Journal. Follow her on Twitter here. Adapted from City Journal.
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