All 160 updated guest rooms will be open by this month with executive suites, queen, king and double room options. The second phase of the renovation will begin in 2015. This phase will focus on public spaces and will add new food and beverage models.
The Evelyn, previously known as The Gershwin, is located on 27th Street and between Fifth and Madison Avenues.
“After years of thoughtful planning, we are proud to move forward with the transformation of The Gershwin to The Evelyn,” said John David Agosto, general manager. “We are dramatically enhancing our hotel, starting with the guest rooms, and restoring it from the inside out to pay homage to the grandeur of the building’s storied past.”
The NoMad neighborhood previously attracted musicians like George Gershwin, Richard Rodgers and Lorenze Hart, making it a lively area.
Triumph has spent $50 million, over several years, renovating historic hotels throughout New York City.