We all know somebody who’s a fan of Dexter, Weeds or Nurse Jackie, right? Well, if you’re anywhere near NYC, you have the chance to see these shows and others take over 3 multi-million-dollar midtown penthouses thanks to the Showtime House.

For the past 3 years, Showtime has taken over residential spaces and turned architects and designers loose on the interiors, transforming them into opulent incarnations of Showtime's original series. This year, the theme is technology, and 14 designers have put their best feet forward, producing over-the-top interiors for the penthouses of the Cassa Hotel.

Tours of the Showtime House are available this and next Saturday, 11am-5pm. It will cost you $15 (bring cash to pay when you take the tour) and the proceeds go towards the Harlem Children’s Zone, a non-profit that provides a charter school, family services, and a host of other opportunities to give children in need a fair chance at attending and graduating from college. HCZ was recently featured in the Davis Guggenheim feature documentary Waiting for Superman (in theaters now).

An afternoon in a fantastically fabulous loft and a chance to help an awesome educational organization. It’s a win-win, folks!

For more info and photos, check out the Showtime House Website.

Cassa Hotel
70 w 45th St, between 5th and 6th aves.

-- D. Kareem, NYCRD Contributor

Disclosure: D. Kareem works for Showtime, but that makes this even more insider-y and fabulous


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