Ready For a Co-working Space That Will Make Your Jaw Drop?
Designer Meyer Davis has learned how to transform a 48,000 square foot building into a living dream. The space I am referring to is known as The Assemblage, which has just opened in the financial district.
What Makes This Space So Special?
The beauty of this space is unlike most offices that we have seen in the past and when you walk into the space itself, it almost seems to come alive right before your eyes. There are over 2,530 plants meticulously placed throughout all twelve floors of the building itself. Did I mention that this modern masterpiece was created by the famous New York designer Meyer Davis?
This creative space is not only easy on the eyes, but it can also provide much needed stress relief for those extra long days. What do I mean? Well, for the patrons that are considered residents of this building have access to daily yoga and meditation classes, and they also have access to a plant-based elixir bar. The programming is amazing and you will be surrounded by like minded individuals who are looking to make a positive impact by growing professionally and personally.
Fun Facts of This Unique Space
There is office space inspiration everywhere in this facility. Did you know that this massive project was actually crowd funded to turn this into a reality? No, I’m not kidding. Fun fact number two, this entire project was crafted with a mission in mind and that mission is to create positive change while helping individuals achieve their own passion and goals.
Moreover, this brilliant work of art will be available for lease in the upcoming months, and is conveniently located in the center of the financial district.The building is within one block from Fulton Station and about at the most, a 40 minute commute from anywhere in Manhattan.
The Assemblage is also a hotel. The rooms are perfectly designed. The rooms are also extremely quiet and comfortable. Every detail was considered. The property is literally an Oasis in Manhattan.
Office Space Inspiration
They say a picture is worth one-thousand words, but I believe pictures like these are worth a million.