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New York’s newest skyscraper is developing a swanky new restaurant to cap off its construction with the ultimate dining experience.
The Spiral is one of the newest Highrise buildings currently being developed for Hudson Yards. Developed by Tishman Speyer, the building’s iconic shape was designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group. Featuring a dramatic series of cascading terraces that reach every tower floor, The Spiral delivers light, fresh air, and access to outdoor space, enhancing the health of well-being of its tenants.
For Tishman Speyer, they envision The Spiral as the future of the workplace, a statement of ambition and an opportunity to stage the next era of growth in the most significant new addition to New York’s skyline in years. Featuring a unique design in which indoor workspaces seamless connect to exterior landscaped terraces, The Spiral’s endlessly flexible configurations allow for a tailored tenant experience and long-term adaptability for today’s growing businesses.
Located in Hudson Yards at 509 West 34th Street, The Spiral has been in development since it was first proposed in 2014. Today, The Spiral has nearly reached completion and more information has been revealed about the exclusive dining experience planned for the building’s top floor. Located in a sophisticated lounge on The Spiral’s 66th floor, the ZO Clubhouse will provide a dynamic new space where teams can gather, connect, and re-energize in a sophisticated setting with sweeping views of NYC.
Featuring its very own open-air terrace on the southeast corner of The Spiral’s top floor, Zo Clubhouse will entertain and dazzle guests with its unparalleled vistas and elegant design. The lounge will feature a full cocktail program with its own happy hour, as well as a plethora of different food options for busy workers. A sample menu for the lounge reveals a wide variety of breakfast options like pastries, empanadas, fruit bowls, smoothies, and breakfast sandwiches. The clubhouse will also offer plenty of healthy lunch bowls and sandwiches, as well as salads, chips and dip, and charcuterie boards.
Additionally, there are also plans in place for an elevated, sit-down, fine dining experience, though the details about that concept are still very scarce. While the Spiral continues to near completion, you learn more about the plans for the space on The Spiral’s website.