Previously owned and operated by Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, 101 Hudson Street is located on the Jersey City waterfront and overlooks the downtown Manhattan skyline. Looking to create a unique hospitality environment to support the broader tenant roster of the building, TPG Architecture was enlisted to design the 101 Club. Located on the 17th floor, the 101 Club offers an abundance of amenities and services that fosters a sense of community within the building.
At the entrance to the club, a receptionist welcomes guests and offers various concierge services. The town hall space is defined as a modern, comfortable working environment, with high exposed ceilings, warm tones, dynamic textures, and polished concrete floors – keeping true to the building’s architecture. This main coworking area can accommodate up to 280 guests and includes a large breakout lounge, booths, café tables, library tables, and a small café.
On this side of the floor, there is also tiered seating, a training room with a foldable partition, and large conference rooms. Additionally, the lounge area opens up to an outdoor terrace. The remainder of the floor includes a mix of different private coworking offices that can be leased out to tenants. The design team created two separate design concepts for these offices.