The Andrew Norwood House is an elegant urban residence designed in a transitional style which combines Greek revival and italianate features. A remarkably preserved slice of early Victorian architecture and lifestyle - both inside and out; the House is listed on both the National Register of Historic Places and the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Inside is a perfectly preserved 1847 mansion with 13 fireplaces, huge mahogany doors and intricate plaster crown molding. Hidden touches abound, like the carved bird pecking a flower among the mantelpiece's Carrarra marble foliage.
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Norwood is a private club that draws its membership from the international creative arts community. We provide our members with a salon of discovery through a variety of talks and events, food and beverage tastings, and stimulating screenings and performances. The house offers a unique, stylish and comfortable environment ideal for meeting, dining and drinking right in the heart of Manhattan.
Norwood has reciprocal membership relationship with several private clubs in central London and one in Toronto. In addition, the Club has special relationships in place with The Armory Show, Frieze, British Airways, Clay Health Club & Spa, Thompson Hotels and Hazlitts Hotels.
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SUSANNA WOODLEY Director of Membership firstname.lastname@example.org TEL 212 255 9300
Arranged over 5 floors in a spectacular Landmarked townhouse, the Club has a fifty seat restaurant, two lounge bars, a sixty-seat screening room, a private dining room for up to twenty four people and a secret walled garden for a Saturday afternoon Soiree.
Whether you are looking to host a confidential meeting during the day, a special tasting dinner, or a spectacular party over several floors, please contact us to help you turn your ideas into memorable moments and allow your guests to truly enjoy the Norwood experience.