WSJ.com: Where Work and Networking Intersect
December 1, 2013
"We live in a day and age of blurred lines, including the lines between networking and actual working. Sometimes, meeting and kibitzing with the right people gets in the way of getting things done; talking about ideas doesn't necessarily lead to their execution. Often, however, knowing the right people helps enable productivity and can help push an entrepreneurial conceit along. NeueHouse, which its creators call a "private workspace collective," is on the precipice of those blurred lines."
Bloomberg.com: Five Broadway Lessons for Fixing Office Life
July 8, 2013
"Architect and designer David Rockwell is renowned for three decades of work across industries ranging from the hospitality business (including Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel, W Hotels (HOT), and Nobu) to the theater (including set designs for recent Tony Award-winning productions Kinky Boots and Lucky Guy). His latest project will open this month: NeueHouse, a shared working space located in a fully restored, century-old building in Manhattan. Marketed as a “private-membership work collective” for “solopreneurs,” NeueHouse spans 35,000 square feet over five floors and is intended for workers in such fields as fashion, design, technology, and publishing."