Green Spaces New York has just launched its Manhattan clubhouse to grow a community of green entrepreneurs. The NYC initiative joins Denver’s Green Spaces Colorado in designing a green workspace and in founding a dynamic forum for eco businesses. The bright NYC 5,300-square-foot loft provides a green standard for office and conference spaces as well as gallery, lounge, kitchen, and party venues.
The sustainable-style recreational, culinary, and office spaces within an expansive Tribeca loft can be rented for a broad range of eco company events. The loft space is also home to Green Spaces NY’s own internship program as well as to its ongoing green programs and events available through ‘EcoPreneurs’ membership (contact [email protected] for clubhouse membership details).
At its exuberant launch party, Green Spaces NY gave us a peek at its enticing ‘EcoPreneur’ clubhouse membership offerings—including eco art gallery openings, networking cocktail receptions, and organic food tastings as well as environmental film screenings, lectures, and educational workshops.
Over 300 eco leaders turned out to celebrate the opening, including Graham Hill of TreeHugger, Wendy Brawer of Green Map System, and artist Susan Benarcik, the curator of the night’s inaugural eco art show.
True to its name, Green Spaces NY promises to hold space and unfold spaces for an expanding community of established and emerging green visionaries.