A one-of-a-kind space in New York City is taking coworking to the next level.
With locations in Manhattan as well as Beverly Hills, California, Spring Place aims to be the go-to place for employers and employees who are looking to break away from the traditional office setting.
“We connect leisure, work, and culture for a select community of global influencers, creative entrepreneurs, and industry leaders,” said Maximilian Straub, COO and CFO of Spring Place. “Our member base consists mainly of creative people in fashion, art, and entertainment.”
Located at 6 St Johns Ln, Spring Place NYC is a mix of work and play. The space has plenty of room for its members to spread out and work on their own individual projects. Certain memberships at Spring Place NYC ensure a designated desk for your work needs, or huge workspaces for small to mid-size companies that are in need of office space, plus communal work areas for the true work-from-home nomads of the city.
The space also contains several meeting rooms that are ideal for board meetings, and standard-sized meetings, plus lounges to take calls throughout the day. The library offers a quiet space with an 8-seat marble meeting table with rotating art installations.
One of the stand-out rooms in Spring Place NYC is the sunken living room, which is covered in a lush, burgundy sheepskin carpet, and has a hidden projection screen and fireplace, making it the ideal space for guests to experience screenings and panel discussions in an unparalleled setting.
“My absolute favorite spot is the sunken living room, which I would call the “crown jewel” of Spring Place New York. Burgundy sheepskin carpet, a fireplace and the perfect size for screenings or panel discussions make it the ideal member space,” said Straub. “I love the versatility of it: you can stay tucked away from what else goes on in the club, or just open the curtains and oversee the whole party. Other than that, having the largest private rooftop in Manhattan is of course paradise during the summer.”
For lunch or after hours, Spring Place NYC’s in-house restaurant and bar offer plenty of room for parties, team building, happy hour and networking opportunities. The restaurant’s menu highlights Spring Place NYC’s farm-to-table program, which emphasizes Executive Chef Fabio Bano’s Italian influences and heritage while bringing the freshest ingredients to world cuisine with a classic European sensibility.
One thing that truly sets Sring Place NYC apart is the Spring Terrace. Located on the roof of the building, the terrace is often the host to Spring Place NYC’s many weekly events, like musical performances, DJ nights. happy hours, panels, networking opportunities, and wellness/fitness classes. The space has beautiful views of downtown Manhattan, plus an outdoor garden with a bar & lounge seating.
Throughout the pandemic, Spring Place NYC has been a safe haven for New York City’s entrepreneurs and companies to continue safely working in-person with their colleagues and clients. The company learned early on that flexibility was key for their memberships, and that flexibility helped make it so the space could thrive as New York City continues to rebuild amid the pandemic.
“I was always 100% confident that Spring Place would be quickly back to life after the pandemic – people want the combination of work and pleasure and I don’t foresee that to change,” said Straub. “Observing the spectacle around NYFW last month, I once again am amazed by the resilience of New Yorkers and how quickly this city was able to recover.”
For more information about Spring Place NYC and its memberships, visit springplace.com.