Special entry: Spring Place reveals members-only live/work space in NY

Blue building with glass-fronted section, photographed at night
The multidisciplinary photographic studio Spring New York has unveiled the next phase of its overarching concept: a collaborative workspace and social membership club that promises to turn its Tribeca venue into an innovative cultural hub known as Spring Place
(Image credit: Adrian Gaut)

It’s hard to imagine life without Spring New York. Since opening its doors last September (opens in new tab), the mammoth photographic studios, which occupy a former Verizon building in Tribeca, have since become a regular home to fashion shows, the Independent art fair (opens in new tab), the Tribeca Film Festival and countless other photo shoots and events for brands across the gamut.

In the past few weeks, the multidisciplinary space quietly unveiled the next phase of its overarching concept: a collaborative workspace and social membership club that promises to turn the entire venue into an innovative cultural hub.

Known as Spring Place, the co-working/member’s club concept goes beyond just offering stylish work environs in an enviable zipcode. Spring Place does one better by providing a world-class concierge service (one recent coup includes procuring tickets for the musical Hamilton at short notice), production and editing suites, a reference library, private catering and tech support at the ready to overcome any problems. Together with beautifully designed boardrooms, executive suites, temporary showrooms and insulated conference call booths all spread over an entire floor of the building, Spring Place offers a forward-thinking selection of amenities in one very pretty package.

Of course it’s no good to just focus on work. On a separate floor, Spring Place also operates an all-day dining restaurant, bar and lounge, which in turn comes with two private dining rooms for more reserved situations. A glamorous, sunken living room and a cosy, den-like music room are available for performances, receptions, workshops, guest speakers and more.

With a private cinema and a 10,000 sq ft roof deck still to come later this year, Spring Place’s final footprint will come in at over 140,000 ft of work and play space at their members’ disposal. And the aspirations won’t just stop there – locations in Los Angeles, Brooklyn, London, Paris and Milan are all looming on the horizon.

Large, bright room featuring wooden tables and chairs, full-length windows, and exposed wooden beams

Spring Place does one better than just offering stylish work environs in an enviable zipcode. Members benefit from world-class concierge services, production and editing suites, a reference library, private catering and tech support at the ready to overcome any problems

(Image credit: Adrian Gaut)

Long, wooden conference table and chairs, beside exposed concrete walls

The co-working/member’s club concept also has beautifully designed boardrooms, executive suites, temporary showrooms and insulated conference call booths all spread over an entire floor of the building

(Image credit: Adrian Gaut)

Den-like music area with seating and guitars

A selection of other event spaces, including a cosy, den-like music room (pictured) is available for performances, receptions, workshops, guest speakers and more

(Image credit: Adrian Gaut)

Sunken living room with red velvet upholstery and faceted coffee table

A glamorous, sunken living room boasting expansive Tribeca views is another intimate option 

(Image credit: Adrian Gaut)

Dining space with wooden seating and tables, pale wood floor, and bar area

On a separate floor, Spring Place also operates an all-day dining restaurant, bar and lounge, which in turn comes with two private dining rooms for more reserved situations

(Image credit: Adrian Gaut)

INFORMATION

For more information, visit the Spring New York website (opens in new tab)

Photography: Adrian Gaut

ADDRESS

Spring Place
6 St John’s Lane
New York, NY 10013

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Pei-Ru Keh is the US Editor at Wallpaper*. Born and raised in Singapore, she has been a New Yorker since 2013. Pei-Ru has held various titles at Wallpaper* since she joined in 2007. She currently reports on design, art, architecture, fashion, beauty and lifestyle happenings in the United States, both in print and digitally. Pei-Ru has taken a key role in championing diversity and representation within Wallpaper's content pillars and actively seeks out stories that reflect a wide range of perspectives. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two children, and is currently learning how to drive.