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The Creative offers a collaborative showroom and office space for creative-minded professionals (Chelsea, NYC)

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Located on one of the most charming streets in Chelsea, The Creative offers a collaborative showroom and office space for creative-minded professionals. The newly refurbished space offers a showroom, seating area, office spaces, kitchen, private restroom, and storage among its many amenities. With only one office per floor, the building is not only home to The Creative, but also to Orlando Pita and Ira Lippke Photography studio. It is nestled on W. 17th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, and only a short distance from Midtown, the Flatiron District, and the West Village.

Amenities:· Transformable showroom space (for hosting Press Days, small events, etc.)

· Seating area for guests

· Storage space (already equipped with shelving, messenger station and more)

· Wall to ceiling windows on both north and south walls – lots of light!

· Unique interior design

· Video intercom entry system

· Kitchen with refrigerator

· Private interior restroom

· Semi-furnished

· Dog-friendly

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· High-speed internet

· All utilities included

· Messenger and courier compatible

· Office insurance included

· Wireless printer/scanner

· Wireless speakers for playing music

· Landline phone included

· Maid service included

Who We Are:

The Creative is a new type of 360° support for brands in the fashion community. Helmed by Lorenzo Martone and Caitlin Shockley, The Creative offers a fresh take on the traditional PR agency by encouraging collective inspiration and customized service options with a personal feel. The Creative was born out of the need for a fresh-faced, energized break from how many perceive the typical fashion PR agency. This new venture was influenced largely by the tech industry, and the way start-ups are nurtured into household names within a collaborative environment. 

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