Hotel on Rivington

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The Hotel on Rivington sports a glass façade.

The Hotel on Rivington is a 20-story luxury hotel on Rivington Street between Ludlow and Essex Streets in the Downtown Manhattan. Completed in 2005, the hotel's expensive rates, ultramodern design, upscale bar, and trendy clientele have made it a trademark of gentrification in the Lower East Side. Rooms range from about $275 to over $700 per night. The hotel's restaurant and bar is named CO-OP Food & Drink. The hotel's nightclub was called CV,[1] but has since changed to a tequila bar/club called Viktor & Spoils.

The "THOR" bar inside the hotel.

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  1. ^ "CV Slinks Into The Hotel on Rivington". Zagat.com. December 18, 2009. 

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Coordinates: 40°43′11.24″N 73°59′17.24″W / 40.7197889°N 73.9881222°W / 40.7197889; -73.9881222