Co-working space; members’ club; global community; swankathon … it seems Spring Place has it covered regardless of your desire to dish out the $750 monthly resident fee. In return, you get to hang out in interiors that recall mid-century Brazilian brutalism on New York’s St Johns Lane, and have full access to a desk, meeting rooms and the plentiful social areas that include a restaurant, bar and lounge.
Taking the increasingly popular co-working concept and slapping on a shiny badge of exclusivity, the team behind creative group Spring Studios have already hosted a series epic events since opening its doors last year; DKNY, W Magazine and a Google/Jeff Koons collaboration all demonstrating the pulling power that Spring Place has quickly attained; its members presented with a fairly full calendar of exclusively curated programming to occupy their restless minds.
Boasting what they describe as the ‘hospitality and design of a boutique hotel’ combined with the ‘services of a world-class professional office suite’, the forward-thinking concept has been designed to attract professionals and entrepreneurs shaping the business of contemporary culture; Spring Place catering to pretty much their every whim. Offering all your average co-working platform does but with five-star service, Spring Studios’ Tribeca space also houses surprises like a private cinema and music room; 11,000 sq-ft rooftop with views over Manhattan; reference library; and concierge services to name but a few. Big-hitting creative minds with $750 burning a hole in their monthly budgets will now know exactly what to do.