You’ll Never Want to Leave NYC’s New Social Club-Meets-Workspace
Camp David: NYC's newest social club-meets-workspace rules
They say it’s not work if you love your job.
In that case, meet your new not-office: Camp David.
No, not that one.
Camp David is a just-opened space in Industry City with 40,000 square feet of thoughtful and very handsome convenience. From Milk Studio co-founders Erez Shternlicht and Mazdack Rassi, Camp David is going to inspire you to become a reverse commuter.
And they’re huntin’ for members as we speak.
“The creative fervor and sense of possibility in this neighborhood
And there’s space to do a whole helluva a lot more than that. Beyond custom-designed private workspaces, Camp David has a cafe with wine and spirits, coffee shop, eat-in kitchen, gym, patio, studio work area, gorgeous lounge areas, private call rooms, lockers, ping-pong, concierge services and, of course, a library.
Camp David (5 images)
Epic views of the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty are a plus, but it’s the tailoring of the space itself — three floors in total — that quietly speaks volumes. There’s a clarity to the ambience that just feels like it would help manifest one’s best work, as if
For particular creatives, there’s a wall with any and every tool the heart could desire, sound recording equipment, a video editing suite, a presentation lounge and because why the hell not, a ping-pong table.
Networking, grinding or dining — you’re going to be tempted to stay overtime, all of the time.