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The Mansfield Hotel

Designed by James Renwick, one of the most famous architects of the day, The Mansfield was originally built as a hostelry for well-heeled bachelors and socialites on New York's elite Club Row.

Constructed in the popular Beaux Arts style, and influenced by neoclassical Roman and Greek architecture, the Mansfield was originally built as a hostelry for well-heeled bachelors and socialites. Notables such as painter John Butler Yeats, father of the poet William Butler Yeats, stayed to experience a thriving New York following his immigration from Ireland. During the 1950s, the Mansfield was home to Max von Gerlach, who was believed to be the inspiration for Jay Gatsby, from F. Scott's Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby."

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