Chelsea-based Norwood Club is a modern creative arts hub operating on a members-only basis in New York City. The Club requires potential members to fill out an application vetting them as contributing members of the arts community and aims to provide its community with stimulating and engaging events.
The Norwood Club's interior can only be described as regal, situated within an urban mansion dating back to 1847 that was designed to incorporate both Greek revival and Italianate styles. The facility boasts a 45-seat screening room, an impressive 13 fireplaces, a private dining room, a restaurant, three lounges and a walled garden.
The reemergence of private social clubs signals that even during a credit crunch, millennials are drawn to certain traditional markers of success.