Client Spotlight: Bond Collective

Bond Collective, which is a company that owns a handful of coworking spaces in New York City, builds collaborative environments and provides affordable alternatives for today’s small businesses. With four locations around the city (Gowanus, 55 Broadway, 60 Broad, and Flatiron), Bond Collective offers 24/7 coworking spaces, private offices, conference rooms, and more to creative and entrepreneurial professionals. In addition to these coworking spaces, Bond Collective also owns an event venue extension known as the Mezzanine.

Located at 55 Broadway, the Mezzanine is the newest, most stylish event venue in New York City’s Financial District. Opened in October 2016. The event space has over 6,300 square feet and 5 rooms that can host a plethora of events ranging from cocktail receptions to corporate events. With versatile breakout spaces, sleek bleacher-style seating, designer lounge furniture, a state-of-the-art open kitchen, and surround-sound audio, anyone who attends an event at the Mezzanine will have unforgettable experience. In fact, I’ve definitely had an unforgettable experience designing the space with my amazing team from Upbeat Designs.

“Upbeat Upholstery and Design has been an absolute pleasure to work with, and their knowledge of upholstery and millwork is incredibly thorough,” said the Bond Collective Design Team. “Their opinions and advice have been a lifesaver. They are responsive, helpful, and they have an eye for details—something that is unique in this industry. The Upbeat team makes this process easy and, dare I say it, fun!”

To see the highlights about the Mezzanine design, visit Sim Fern’s website here

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