Patrick McMullan / Dering Hall – The Printing House

Patrick McMullan / Dering Hall – The Printing House

January 15, 2014 – 6:27pm 39 degrees

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It was a grand time at The Printing House in the West Village.  Not too cold, not too brisk, not too crowded but wonderfully chic. Dering Hall, the popular resource for the interior design community has collaborated with photographer, Patrick McMullan and Interior Designer, Scott Sanders to combine forces and spiff up the “on market” apartments within The Printing House building.

A chic combination of downtown celebrities and uptown socialites walked through several model residences designed by Scott Sanders and featured framed photographs by Patrick McMullan.  A delicious Pinot Grigio and Reisling were served with scrumptious tray pass crab cakes, shrimp cocktail and caviar pancakes.  Patrick is no stranger to hosting events and he was in fine form for this classic combination of real estate hot shots and nightlife impresarios.

After much anticipation, the Printing House launched sales of 60 new units in 2012. Practically every new unit in the 1910-built former printing factory has a unique floorplan. Available units fall into the $2-$4.5 million range, with some apartments costing as much as $7.5 million.

Myles Horn, is a real estate investor and developer who specializes in co-op and condominium conversions and the acquisition of large blocks of unsold shares and units. He and his partners currently own the majority of the apartments in the iconic building.

A glimpse of Patrick – The legendary photographer.

If you don’t know Patrick McMullan, you ought to get out more!” – Andy Warhol.
Through the lens of Patrick McMullan

Patrick McMullan was born in New York and raised in Huntington, Long Island. Educated at New York University, McMullan majored in business and “minored in Studio 54.” The premiere nightlife photographer in New York City, McMullan’s work appears regularly in his weekly New York Magazine column, “Party Lines”. His other columns include: Allure, Interview, Hamptons, Ocean Drive and Gotham among others.
Wonderful couple Ally Coulter (in Lanvin) and Eric Vincent 
nice mix of real estate hot shots . . . . 
Room full of Patrick McMullan’s fans
Nicole Holt, Anthony Hadaway and Einat Katav
Rio and Ally, thanks Eric for snapping the photo
real estate hot shot . . . . Stuart Sussman
Iconic TV Personality Robin Byrd and friend
Patrick holding court with fans and admirers
Interior Designer, Scott Sanders (wearing Thom Browne)
Designer Scott Sanders and Image Guru Montgomery Frazier
Spa Owner Maria Hardy Ramirez and Designer, Elizabeth Cohen
Andrew Brunger, Sally Randall Brunger, Richard Gabriel and Shao Kao Cheng
The Printing House West Village

The Printing House—the iconic, industrial building that anchors the West Village—has been fully re- imagined by the innovative design firm Workshop/APD as a spectacularly modern, luxury residence. The Printing House’s enduring strength and scale has been infused with a warm modernism that respects the building’s industrious history and updates the building for 21st century living. Sixty new residences have been completely and uniquely redesigned with fifteen foot ceilings, double-height living rooms, and soaring eleven-foot windows that maximize natural light and provide stunning views of the West Village and downtown landscape.




Rio Hamilton

Rio Hamilton is a business development professional with vast marketing and sales experience.He specializes in brand promotion for the luxury interior design and lifestyle industries. Rio works with companies, individuals and groups on concentrated brand identity and elevation. He has a popular website that chronicles "the who's who" at design and fashion events throughout greater New York.

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