Atlas Studios in Newburgh, NY is an historic industrial factory converted into workshop & studios for artists, makers, entrepreneurs, and creative professionals seeking space in a dynamic environment, in an historic city just 60 miles north of NYC.
By opening its doors to the entire neighborhood, Trans-Pecos has created a space that is open-minded and unique, and is one of the few places in the city that give equal importance to both the local community and artists of all types.
"Blue Apron provides a lifestyle upgrade, granting subscribers access to well-balanced meals without the stress of meal planning. It's the joy of cooking distilled to its essence...Its team of recipe developers works with farms months in advance, creating a planting schedule that best suits their soil..."
What you're looking at is a naturally lit, white brick industrial-style space where you can make your magic happen. Amenities include access to our full kitchen, conference table, wicked fast wi-fi, chill zone, and roof garden.
A high end food court that features stalls from Marc Forgione, Franklin Becker, Pat LaFrieda, and the Cinnamon Snail team, plus Mario By Mary, which is a collaboration between Mario Batali and Mary Giuliani.
The Pennsy has a full-service bar, over 8,000 square feet of space, plus an beautiful outdoor seating area with these bleachers which is where the Olios will take place.
Brooklyn Art Library is home to The Sketchbook Project collection in its physical form. Our walls are lined with shelves that hold the tens of thousands of sketchbooks currently in the collection, created by artists from around the world. The library serves as a reading room where you can get cozy and spend an afternoon enjoying artwork in a hands-on experience with the help of our librarians.
Orrick’s pro bono law practice makes a positive impact on the New York community. They have devoted significant resources to its innovative impact finance and social enterprise practice that brings basic services and community economic development to those most disadvantaged.
Pioneer Works is a center for research and experimentation in contemporary culture.
Through a broad range of educational programs, performances, arts and science residencies, and exhibitions, Pioneer Works seeks to transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries, foster community, and provide a space where alternative modes of thought are supported and activated in tangible ways.
IDIO is a contemporary art gallery and performance space located between iron and auto workshops in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The 100-year-old space was once a horse barn, a muralist headquarters and a rave dungeon. The space aims to foster iconoclastic arts, challenging thought and the experience of freedom in a time of consumerist conformity.
Strong Rope Brewery creates handcrafted local and organic ales featuring seasonal offerings that will use the freshest vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices showcasing the New York State farmers and malters we work with to create great tasting beer.
Caveat is redefining the boundary between intellect and entertainment. When the thirst for knowledge hits, you don’t have to sit at home watching TED Talks or binge-reading Wikipedia: this is a home for people who love learning, playing, and getting tipsy.
Situated behind an airy, bustling flower shop, Cafe Erzulie's aqua walls and abundant potted plants bring to mind tropical climates, making it easy to forget the clatter of the JMZ train above the cafe's Broadway Avenue location.
Brooklyn Boulders is a first of it’s kind rock climbing facility and dynamic creative community. They are an eclectic mix of lifestyles, born and bred from the unique and multifaceted forces of New York City.
Terminus has a rich history, having hosted an array of major and independent artists over several decades. Some past highlights have included, Paul McCartney, Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey, John Legend, Fabulous, A.R. Rhaman, Boys Like Girls and recently, Andre Previn, David Fink, Phillip Glass collaborators Kurt Munkacsi and David Lee, Liza Minnelli and Michael Feinstein.