The New Yorker Hotel Receives FEMA Certification


Following a massive $70 million renovation project, The New Yorker Hotel has received its Federal Emergency Management Agency Number. The renovation included the installation of new sprinklers, state-of-the-art life-safety system and smoke detection system that is monitored by the hotel’s Fire Safety Directors. The renovation also included a makeover of all accommodations and public spaces. As a part of the recent renovations at The New Yorker Hotel, new sprinklers and a state-of-the-art life-safety system were installed as well as an infrared smoke detection system that is monitored by the hotel's Fire Safety Directors. The hotel's renovation project also featured the installation of a four-pipe heating and cooling system, and makeover of all accommodations and public spaces. 


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