LLNYC hits the stage with its latest issue, live now!

Tony Danza on NYC becoming a "gated community," the city's best staycations and more

TRD New York /
May.May 14, 2015 12:55 PM

It’s showtime, and The May/June issue of Luxury Listings NYC is ready for its close-up!

For this edition of LLNYC, we sat down with Tony Danza, who’s become a regular on Broadway and recently wrapped up a six-month stint starring in the musical “Honeymoon in Vegas.” The amiable actor, who made his name in popular television shows like “Taxi” and “Who’s The Boss,” officially made Manhattan his permanent address in 2010. “If you want to Be On Broadway, you’ve got to be in New York,” Danza told LLNYC. “And I really wanted to Be On Broadway.”

With summer right around the corner and an entire city at our fingertips, we decided to take a look at some of the top “staycations” in New York. LLNYC surveyed some of the priciest hotels in Manhattan, examining what kind of pampering you’ll get for that kind of outlay. (For instance, guests at the Ritz-Carlton Central Park can sip four teas for $55 at the hotel’s Star Lounge, or soak in a $515 “Caviar Luxury” spa treatment.)

We also visit the Upper East Side penthouse of Broadway powerhouse producer Stewart Lane, look at how it’s getting easier to hook up to the so-called “Internet of Things” these days and dish on the newest restaurants and hotels opening on the East End this season.

Enjoy the issue! —Kerry Barger 


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