Located on the water in Lower Manhattan, the iconic Battery Maritime Building is one of the last remaining Beaux-Arts style ferry terminals of the twentieth century. Designed in 1906 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, it soon became Casa Cipriani, a true private members club in the modern sense claims to "bring together an eclectic community who shares life’s simple pleasures" -- basically, it's where extremely rich people hang out.
The building includes Casa Cipriani's luxury 47 rooms and suites with private balconies overlooking the Brooklyn bridge and the Statue of Liberty, as well as every number of attendant lounges, a drawing room, a classic Cipriani restaurant and several bars, a spa, jazz cafe, living room spaces, outdoor terraces, a stunning rooftop space, a private screening room, and even a poker lounge.
The dress code is discriminating, to say the least.
In fact, Casa Cipriani is so refined and its reputation so spotless, that among the Kindred there was a little rumor that the Duchess Natasha Arroyo had visited the place once and then decided to buy it. Whether or not that was true, only she knows.
The fact that Casa Cipriani is home to so many private events and that exclusivity is a regular occurrence just makes it all the more of a prime location for Kindred to convene.
|Summary||A members-only club affiliated with the legendary Cipriani's.|