by Michael C. Lowe | September 26, 2012

 The Radisson Lexington Hotel in New York is now the Lexington New York City after becoming independently operated. The 712-room property in Midtown Manhattan will undergo a multimillion-dollar renovation to reposition itself as a destination geared toward high-end business and leisure travelers. The Lexington, which offers 1,028 square feet of meeting space, opened in 1929 and has hosted the likes of President Bill Clinton, Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe.