The new co-working space of your dreams: Spring Place, New York
Off to New York on a work trip? You'll be begging your boss (or yourself, if you've made it in life) for a stint at Spring Place, the swanky co-working and members-only space in New York.
Settling itself snugly within the three floors and rooftop of a Brutalist building — one which has hosted the likes of New York Fashion Week and the TriBeCa Film Festival — in New York City's TriBeCa neighbourhood, it strives to attract the fashionable and creative elite. Members can choose to sign up for one of five packages: Local, Resident, Under 30, Traveler and Social. As the membership types suggest, Traveler members access the space for a limited number of 36 days per year, while Social members enter on weekends and from 5pm on weekdays.
Those looking for a space to work are well equipped with an entire floor dedicated to bring the best professional inside you. Facilities include a communal gallery, executive suites, temporary showrooms, a reference library and conference and boardrooms. Spring Place also ups its ante by providing access to a network of producers, creative talent, post-production, editors and agency by introduction. If something breaks down, they'll have tech support guys on hand as well. Functioning like a luxury boutique hotel, Spring Place also provides concierge services.
Reinventing the term 'desk lunch', members can enjoy the all-day restaurant, bar and lounge on site. Business meetings will also be taken care of with two private dining rooms. For some R&R, members can enjoy the private cinema and access the rooftop with views over Manhattan. Spring Place: Making Mondays easier for the elite.
Look through our gallery for an inside look at the co-working space of your dreams.
To book a membership with Spring Place, click here.
- Image: Copyright Adrian Gaut, Courtesy of Spring Place
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