Highgate is a premier real estate investment and hospitality management company widely recognized as an innovator in the industry. Highgate is the dominant player in U.S. gateway markets including New York, Boston, Miami, San Francisco and Honolulu. Highgate also has an expanding presence in key European markets through properties in London, Paris, Barcelona, Vienna and Prague. Highgate’s portfolio of global properties represents an aggregate asset value exceeding $10B and generates over $2B in cumulative revenues. The company provides expert guidance through all stages of the hospitality property cycle, from planning and development through recapitalization or disposition. Highgate also has the creativity and bandwidth to develop bespoke hotel brands and utilizes industry leading proprietary revenue management tools that identify and predict evolving market dynamics to drive out performance and maximize asset value. With an executive team consisting of some of the industry’s most experienced hotel management leaders, the company is a trusted partner for top ownership groups and major hotel brands. Highgate maintains corporate offices in London, New York, Dallas, and Seattle.
As the premier Italian hotel in New York City, The Michelangelo Hotel brings all the boutique amenities and designs of Modern Italian Lifestyle to Times Square — New York City's very own Crossroads of the World. Business travelers and vacationing guests revel in the luxurious comfort of this urban oasis with its refined rooms, opulent suites and smoke-free atmosphere. Welcoming and spacious, the rooms of our boutique hotel are thoughtfully designed to blend sophisticated style, lavish comforts and luxury amenities with the hotel’s Neoclassical features to evoke authentic Italian elegance. The Michelangelo Hotel offers 179 rooms including 52 suites that are among the largest in NYC, a notable rarity among high-end boutique hotels.
The Chef Manager is responsible for but not limited to coordinating, supervising and directing all aspects of the hotel’s food production. He/she is expected to establish and enforce food specifications, portion control, par levels, recipes and sanitation. The Chef Manager is responsible for always keeping a newly enticing menu at all times, ordering and receiving, controlling food and labor costs while maximizing guest satisfaction.
In addition, the Chef Manager works closely with the Food & Beverage Manager to manager front of the house when needed; providing training for all staff, managing the floor, working on new ideas to elevate and enhance the operation and most importantly working directly with guest.