When you walk into the modern ground-floor space, you can expect pink poured-concrete floors, rich-colored furniture, and all of the signature amenities available at the Soho and Flatiron District locations (or, as the company calls ’em, covens): a cafe with healthy finds like hummus plates, a beauty room featuring high-end products at your disposal (hello, Chanel!), and a shower room that evokes a spa. What’s especially cool about this new space, though, is its focus on wellness.
In addition to new features like a podcast room and a vintage photo booth, the Dumbo location also has a first-of-its-kind wellness room that features a wall of floor-to-ceiling mirrors, a barre, and meditation mats from MNDFL to help you get your Zen on. The room might be small, but it offers a quick escape from your to-do list, providing a place to unwind either by yourself or with your co-working pals.
In addition to the wellness room, other perks may also boost your well-being: lactation rooms, a color-coded, female-centric library with hidden doors to phone booths that allow some privacy, and plenty of space to kick back and unwind when you need a break from your work—including a velvet-clad, forest-green sunken living room.
And, considering co-working OG WeWork announced in late 2017 it would invest $32 million in the start-up, there’s a good chance the future holds way more female-fueled wellness at yet-to-be-announced outposts of the Wing.
Here’s why wellness apartment buildings are the wave of the future. Or, check out the most important things healthy-home experts do in order to create a wellness pad.
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