Cadillac unveils new luxury resort set in NYC

  • October 29, 2021

Cadillac unveiled plans on Tuesday to build a $500 million luxury resort in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

The development would bring together two of Cadillac’s iconic brands—the Cadillac XTS and Cadillac CTS—as well as two of its most famous brands—Cadillac CTS and CTS Sedan.

The new Cadillac Park Cadillac Estate Resort would be located on Manhattan’s West Side, a short walk from Trump Tower, according to the plan unveiled Tuesday by Cadillac.

The resort, the third Cadillac project to hit the New York market in three years, will be located in a 200,000-square-foot, four-story structure with a private balcony and spa, and a rooftop pool.

The luxury resort would also feature a fitness center, a boutique restaurant and restaurants, and shops including an upscale department store, a wine bar and boutiques.

Cadillacs luxury resorts have made headlines before.

Cadillac released a video of a Cadillac Crossover that went from its prototype to a car with a human driver in 2021, and it has also released several cars with humans in the cockpit.

In a series of videos released in 2017, the Cadillac Cautreos Human Driver Experience video showed the Cautrées vehicles at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour.

The video was released by the Cadillac brand to promote its new Cautres new luxury products, including the CTS sedan.

Luxury Airline Magazine to expand to Europe and US, says CEO

  • August 23, 2021

LUXURY AIRLINE MAGAZINE (VMW) — VMW is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the prestigious Luxury Aviation Magazine (LAMA) prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.

VWA was honored for its innovative and innovative style of magazine publishing.

It is the second-highest ranked luxury magazine in the world, after the New York Times, with over 500,000 subscribers.

VWA is based in Los Angeles and is led by editor-in-chief Michael Kost.

“The magazine’s legacy as an influential and influential voice in the luxury lifestyle and travel market is unmatched.

The LAMA award is a testament to VWA’s ability to elevate the craft of magazine writing, which has been the cornerstone of VWA since its inception,” said VWA President and CEO, Michael Kast.

LAMA’s award recognizes publications that consistently publish high quality content that reflects the values of the VWA editorial staff.

“We are honored to be recognized for this outstanding achievement, and we look forward to continuing to publish quality content in our publications,” said Kast, adding that VWA will be looking to grow in the next few years.VWA is a publication of V.J. Media, a media conglomerate based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

It has a strong editorial approach, focusing on quality content, editorial independence and the highest journalistic standards.

In 2018, VWA became the first luxury magazine to list its full-year revenue on the New Yorker magazine.

V. J. Media is a global media conglomerate that is comprised of leading media companies, including VWA, New York Magazine, Vogue, Vibe, Esquire, Vivid Entertainment, VH1 and more.

V.J., in conjunction with VWA and VWA Worldwide, is launching a brand new, expanded online and print lifestyle publication in the U.S. to celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2020.

To read more about VWA visit www.luxuryairlinemagazine.com.