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All-female coworking space expands to DUMBO

No boys allowed!

The Wing, an all-women work and community space, has opened their third location at 1 Main Street in DUMBO. The 9,000 square-foot space in Two Trees’ Clocktower Building was designed by architect Alda Ly and interior designers Chiara de Rege and Hilary Koyfman. The Wing in Brooklyn will also host its first dedicated retail space on the ground floor, while keeping the upper levels and its sunken living room, balcony, and secret phone rooms for its members.

The newest location features all the amenities of The Wing’s other outposts in Flatiron and SoHo including cafe and bar, a beauty room, showers, lockers, meetings rooms, phone booths, and a female-centric library. The library is a result of The Wing partnering with Strand Bookstore to offer an all-female lending library with more than 2,000 titles. The DUMBO wing also introduces new amenities like a podcast room, wellness room, vintage photo-booth, an all-female gallery, and its newest cafe, The Perch.

“Expanding to Brooklyn was a no-brainer for The Wing,” the company’s founder and CEO Audrey Gelman said. “A third of The Wing’s current members call Brooklyn home, and it is consistently one of most requested locations. We are excited to welcome new women into The Wing’s community and continue the company’s growth.”



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