The Wing

Celebrities, Ditmas Park, Recent Sales

685 East 18th Street, Audrey Gelman, The Wing

Audrey Gelman, the co-founder and CEO of coworking company The Wing, is now the owner of Ditmas Park’s most expensive single-family home. Gelman and husband Ilan Zechory bought the nearly 5,000-square-foot Colonial Revival home for $3.2 million, as the New York Post first reported. Typically, homes go for around $2 million in the south Brooklyn neighborhood, which is known for its large Victorian homes. Gelman’s six-bedroom home boasts features not many New York City homes have, including a wrap-around front porch, finished basement, and a two-car driveway.

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Design, Midtown

The wing, bryant park, coworking, midtown

Rendering of the new Bryant Park location courtesy of The Wing.

The Wing women-centric community and work space has announced the forthcoming launch of two new NYC locations this year. Along with news of a Bryant Park space–their first in Midtown–come renderings that reveal more of the thoroughly modern and chic-yet-welcoming interiors that have become the brand‘s signature. More news: A Williamsburg, Brooklyn location is on the way.

Renderings of the new space this way

East Village

The Wing, Stuyvesant Policlinic, 137 Second Avenue, East Village

Images by Tory Williams

As co-working firm The Wing continues to grow, they’ve moved into a new home that takes the idea of a corporate headquarters to the next, uber-cozy level. The company has taken over all 22,000 square feet and four floors of the former Stuyvesant Polyclinic building at 137 Second Avenue with a sprawling office space that fits the brand’s design-forward signature: pastel colors, branded wallpaper, chic custom furniture and a host of features for women, including a lactation room.

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