Hotel Bossert

Hotel Bossert Hotel Bossert was once known as "the Waldorf-Astoria of Brooklyn". It was the site of the celebration of the Brooklyn Dodgers' only World Series championship.Early historyThe hotel was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, at 98 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights.

It had an Italian Renaissance Revival-style exterior. It was designed as an apartment hotel. The design work was by Palmer & Hornbostel.During the 1920s, the Hotel Bossert was known for its Marine Roof, a two-level restaurant on the roof of the 14-story building that provided diners with a commanding view of Manhattan.The hotel drew some attention in November, 1945, when Charles Armijo Woodruff, t

It had an Italian Renaissance Revival-style exterior. It was designed as an apartment hotel. The design work was by Palmer & Hornbostel.During the 1920s, the Hotel Bossert was known for its Marine Roof, a two-level restaurant on the roof of the 14-story building that provided diners with a commanding view of Manhattan.The hotel drew some attention in November, 1945, when Charles Armijo Woodruff, t

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