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Located at 265 Greenwich Avenue and housed in the iconic former Ralph Lauren building, SaksWorks aims to foster a work-life balance through its various amenities, which include: work and meeting spaces, wellness studios and offerings, restaurants, programmed events for members, along with event spaces for weddings and more.
This new venture is much more than just work.
SaksWorks is an all-in-one solution. Members will be able to receive wellness treatments on site, take mid-afternoon meetings in personal phone and conference rooms courtesy of service provider ROOM, or just hang out with friends and enjoy a cup of coffee at SaksWorks’s fully operational onsite bar.
What’s more, the barista-manned café transforms into an exclusive lounge in the evening.
The club also has its own on-site contemporary American restaurant, Ruby & Bella’s.
Offering a chic and comfortable setting, Ruby and Bella’s has a fabulous, curated menu with better-for-you dishes showcasing flavors from all over the world.
The club touts a residential-like interior with a grand limestone staircase and several rooms finished with ornate crown molding. Greenery fills the club, offering a sense of calm, while the space’s open layout lends itself to natural light throughout. Taking inspiration from the gorgeous architectural details of the building, the space is outfitted with locally sourced antique furnishings that combine elegance with function and comfort. For socialization, intimate nooks with lounge seating are incorporated throughout the space, while full-service private dining rooms serve as larger meeting spaces.
The best part?
There’s no vetting process. SaksWorks will offer annual and monthly membership options, along with day passes should anyone want to drop in without the commitment.
The Greenwich club opens as the SaksWorks first suburban destination, with two other locations in New York City.
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