Noah Fecks/Courtesy of The Campbell

Noah Fecks/Courtesy of The Campbell

"After shuttering its doors for one year, the Campbell Apartment in Grand Central Terminal is reopening to the public.

The historic New York City bar re-opened on Wednesday under the direction of the Gerber Group.

The Campbell Apartment dates back to 1923 when John W. Campbell (an early 19th century-era railroad executive) transformed the 25-by-60-foot space into his office, the New York Post reported. He decked it out with a faux stone fireplace with his family’s coat of arms, a grand piano and a chandelier. At night, he would host friends and colleagues in his lavishly-decorated space."

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