Posts in Craft House Client News
Craft House client, Generator Hostel, opening in Miami

Generator, a lifestyle and design-driven hostel chain based in Europe, is opening August 15 in Miami Beach with rooms as low as $20 for a bed in a shared room or $95 for a private room with private bathroom — and it has all the bells and whistles of a luxury boutique hotel.

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Craft House client, The Conduit, featured in the Financial Times

The Conduit, his latest project, is an invitation-only members’ club in Mayfair with a difference. It is due to open this summer with top chefs, sustainably sourced ingredients, a late-night speakeasy — and a programme focused on social and environmental change.

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Craft House Client, Classic Car Club, Featured In InsideHook

If the Classic Car Club Manhattan subscribed to Hotel California rules — you can check out, but you can never leave — their members would probably be giddy. Because beyond the Porsche GT3s and Aston Martin Vantages, the club we like to call “horsepower heaven on the Hudson” just gave itself a radical $4m makeover.

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Craft House Client, Classic Car Club, Featured In Gear Patrol

CCC has moved from Tribeca to a sprawling, 40,000 square foot space overlooking the Hudson River. The clubhouse is replete with a massive terrace and bar/restaurant, meeting rooms and lounge spaces. Classic Car Club has transformed, thanks to a $4 million remodeling project, and Clubhouse Memberships are primed and ready.

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Craft House Client, Classic Car Club, Featured In Design Milk

Founded in London in 1995, the club landed in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood in 2005 upon arrival in the States before recently needing a new place to call home. CCC enlisted one of their very own members, architect Marc Thorpe of Marc Thorpe Design, to design the new club, which now takes up residence at Pier 76 by the Hudson River.

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Bittersweet - Megan Gray Stromberg moves client side

It’s with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Megan Gray Stromberg as the new General Manager at our client's private club, The Battery in San Francisco, featuring 58,000 square foot private club featuring 14 guest rooms, food and beverage, event space and strong philanthropic programs.

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Craft House client, Troutbeck, featured in the Financial Times

The quaint New York town of Amenia is where Anthony Champalimaud – son of interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud (she of The Carlyle, The Dorchester and Hotel Bel-Air fame) – found, and fell in love with, Troutbeck, a grand estate dating to the late 18th century, whose owners through the years have hosted the likes of Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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Craft House clients, WeWork & The Wing, collaborate, Forbes

They may seem like competitors on the outside, but Craft House clients The Wing and WeWork are both truly unique, creating very defined offers for their members. It's not a surprise that within a year after opening their flagship club in NYC, The Wing is looking to expand its women's only club both within NYC and elsewhere. It's also no wonder that this unique offer has caught the attention of WeWork, which recently invested.

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Two Craft House clients join forces: WeWork & The Wing

"A recent New York Times article said the company was poised to bring its “Instagrammable feminism” to the masses. With its millennial pink decor and library of books written by and about women, The Wing also hosts a number of events including panel discussions, book clubs, and movie screenings. Only if you can get past the 8,000-person waiting list, that is."

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Bloomberg reviews our client's coliving offer, WeLive

Cosharing is the way of the future and coliving spaces are providing curated communities and social circles for their residents. Craft House worked with WeWork in the development stage of their first WeLive project on Wall Street in New York, assisting with facilities and design reviews, programming and operation strategies. While the reviews are mixed, we think WeLive and other coliving concepts serve and deliver to a niche market. Brilliant. 

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