LMHQ opens its doors with a massive launch festival | Dedicated
Everybody loves a good launch party – but why settle for the ol’ DJ and happy hour routine when you can throw a festival instead?
LMHQ, lower Manhattan’s newest collaboration space, is opening its doors next week with #OFFSITE, a three-day festival of massively entertaining launch events.
Wednesday starts with a free meditation hosted by The Path NYC and wraps up with a fresh dinner delivered by Maple, the delivery-only kitchen startup backed by David Chang of Momofuku fame.
Thursday’s slate includes a discussion about building a responsive city with speakers like NYC CTO Minerva Tantoco and Control Group’s Jeff Maki, followed by a party thrown by the creative collective behind culture magazine Mass Appeal.
And Friday features lunch provided by Smorgasburg’s Red Hook Lobster Pound (and hosted by Uncubed’s own co-founder and CCO Tarek Pertew), and yes – more partying, more networking, and even crocheted yarn sculptures.
And since we all can’t just abandon our professional duties for three days, LMHQ is offering up its meeting rooms, hot desks, and living rooms for attendees to camp out and knock out their work in between events.
If you can’t make it to #OFFSITE, you’ll have all the access to LMHQ’s gorgeous new space you could ever want starting July 1 – you can apply for an individual or corporate membership here.
Now go forth (and find your space).
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