his property appears to be miscast, for it is a business hotel in the lively heart of the Theater District.
While it does have its own historic theater, these days it's mainly for business productions. Still Broadway-bound groups and tourists fill the inventory, making do with the narrow offerings.
In the block-long lobby, a row of huge neoclassical murals in eye-popping hues contrasts boldly with rosewood paneling and sculpted gray and black marble. The look is Art Deco in the architectu...