See inside The Wing’s newest location in Bryant Park

Posted On Wed, December 11, 2019 By

Posted On Wed, December 11, 2019 By In Design, Midtown

Images by Tory Williams; courtesy of The Wing

The Wing is celebrating the end of a busy year with the opening of its newest NYC location in Bryant Park at 25 West 39th Street. As we’ve come to expect from the women-only co-working and community space, the design is warm, inviting, and highly Instagrammable. It occupies roughly 7,000 square feet—the entire 11th floor of the building—with a range of workspaces, personal areas, a mother’s room, a full-service cafe, and more.

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking

The design of each location is done in-house by The Wing’s design team. Each club draws some inspiration from the aesthetic of its surrounding neighborhood, combined with a colorful palette and cozy vibes.

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking

The main event space here features exposed-brick barrel-vaulted ceilings and a velvet circle sofa in the center to function as a “conversation pit for smaller community gatherings.”

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking

The Perch is the Wing’s in-house cafe, which features baked goods, food, and natural/biodynamic wines from women-owned and co-owned businesses.

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking
The quiet area

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking
The beauty room, which will offer hair and makeup products

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking
The lactation room

There are also meeting rooms, a quiet area, private phone booths, a beauty room, showers and lockers, and a fully-stocked lactation room.

The Wing, Bryant Park, Coworking

There will be a lending library curated by The Strand, a permanent exhibition space featuring work by NYC-based women and non-binary artists, and a wide-ranging programming line-up including a book swap, garment tailoring office hours, and a KonMari workshop.

This year, The Wing branched out with new spaces in Boston, Los Angeles, and Chicago, in addition to announcing plans for its first international outpost in London. The Bryant Park location is the fourth in NYC and tenth overall. Applications for Bryant Park are still open and will run you $215/month ($2,350 annually) for access to a single location, or $250/month ($2,700 annually) for an all-access pass.

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Images by Tory Williams; courtesy of The Wing

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