You can find Spring Place in among the cobblestones and loft buildings of the Tribeca area of New York. Step inside to enjoy the wide open spaces of this inspiring business hub which is currently the place that a number of designers, creatives, photographers and many other small business people call home. There is a great vibe in this neighborhood and that continues inside Spring Place. The large areas containing individual and group desks, as well as meeting areas, are partitioned with glass to make the most of the natural light in the building, and high urban style open ceilings add to the feeling of space. From places to meet, quiet rooms, open social areas and places to eat, this is a really great business hub and because of the great location once you finish work you can grab a great meal, take in a movie or pop into a local bar just by stepping outside the door.
This is your work space. This is our meeting place. We are directors and photographers, actors and creatives. We are editors and designers, models and musicians. We’re science and vision, business and dreamers. We are fashion and fools. Here, the collections are unveiled, the shutter snaps, the idea comes to life.
Spring Place’s first location is in the TriBeCa neighborhood of New York City. TriBeCa, which stands for “Triangle Below Canal”, is situated between Soho, the West Village and the Hudson River Park. It is characterized by cobblestone streets and cast-iron loft buildings, as well as new projects by world-renowned architects such as Herzog & de Meuron.
The neighborhood has become well-known for its resident mix and exciting dining and nightlife scene. Restaurants vary from classics such as Mr. Chow and The Odeon, to newcomers like cozy Tiny’s to upscale Michelin-star restaurants such as Bouley. TriBeCa also offers many boutique shopping experiences such as Thom Browne, Issey Miyake and The Armory.