Michael Achenbaum

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  • Gansevoort Founder to Develop Luxury Lifestyle Hotel in London

    Gansevoort Hotel Group founder Michael Achenbaum has partnered with Douglaston Development, SUSD and Hondo Enterprises to develop a full-service urban resort at 45 Curtain Road in East London’s fashionable Shoreditch district, set to break ground early next year.

    International 13 December 2013 19:03
  • Caesars, Gansevoort Part Ways on $185M Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall Makeover

    By Alex Girda, Associate Editor, and Paul Rosta, Senior Editor Caesars Entertainment’s $185 million makeover of Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon is going forward without one of its original partners. In response to concerns raised by Massachusetts regulators about an investor’s alleged links to Russian crime syndicates, Gansevoort Hotel Group is stepping away from its [...]

    Las Vegas 25 October 2013 23:20

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