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.
The new 7,000-square-foot space just off Bryant Park will be blessed with the by-now-familiar Wing aesthetic by the company’s in-house interiors team. The building’s 11th floor will offer showers, lockers, conference rooms, phone booths, a ladies’ library, a lactation room, a beauty room, a quiet room and a full service cafe.
As 6sqft reported, The Wing recently opened a new East Village HQ in a 22,000-square-foot four-story space in the former Stuyvesant Polyclinic building at 137 Second Avenue. This new headquarters offers another stunning showcase for the brand’s design-forward signature details: muted candy colors, modernist lighting, branded wallpaper, on-trend custom furniture and a full menu of features for women.
The new additions mark the continued rise of a business that launched less than three years ago, since which time The Wing has opened eight locations across five cities in the US with plans to debut their first international space in London this fall. The two new NYC spaces bring the total number of locations in the firm’s home city to five; all-access members here will now have access to locations in the Flatiron, Soho, Dumbo, Bryant Park, and Williamsburg neighborhoods. The Bryant Park location is expected to open in the fall, and you can apply in advance for a membership here.
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Renderings courtesy of The Wing.