by Lisa A. Grimaldi | April 15, 2015
The 263-room Mondrian SoHo in New York City will become the Nomo SoHo after a New York State Supreme Court judge ordered Morgans Hotel Group to relinquish management control over the property, according to M&C’s sister publication, Travel Weekly. Alex Sapir and Gerard Guez, who acquired the foreclosed hotel last month, will take over management of the property over the next few weeks. Last week, the ownership group first announced that the hotel would be rebranded as Nomo — short for “nostalgic” and “modern.” Morgans had sought the enforcement of its management contract.