The building, in which the High Line Hotel is located, is a very important part of the history of New York and one of its most significant buildings – for nearly two hundred years the General Theological Seminary have been located here. The architects and designers treated the house with great respect to the unique historical heritage of this place, so inside, time seemed to stop. The magnificent red brick, the elements of Gothic architecture, the original old decor – the interiors seem to carry us to the distant 19th century, in the heyday of the Seminary. Graceful beauty!
About Author:Serge Pufik is the founder and mastermind of pufikhomes.com blog. Sergiy is an economist by profession, he worked in real estate and from childhood was fond of interior magazines. Together with his wife Anna they run design studio PH Studio, managing projects in Ukraine and far beyond.
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