Neuehouse, a private collaborative workspace serving a "culturally nomadic membership," has leased 93,000 square feet in Hollywood's Columbia Square mixed-use complex, meaning that they'll take up all six floors of the 1938 CBS Radio building, as well as a three-story office building nearby on the site, both of which are being renovated as part of the huge overhaul on the historic CBS campus on Sunset Boulevard. Neuehouse is also bringing in designer David Rockwell for an interior renovation of their new rented space.
Neuehouse works on a membership basis; everyone who joins will have access to all kinds of facilities for creative types: post-production and broadcast spaces, recording studios, conference rooms, a screening room, and private dining rooms (with in-house caterers, of course). A release from Neuehouse says that another segment of the club's target audience is "solopreneurs" who don't have a physical office, but do have tons of money to be part of a fancy club. (They'll fit right in with the development's high-end residents.)
The exclusive club—Neuehouse's second-ever location and its first on the West Coast—is set to open in early 2015. Neuehouse had previously said that they were hoping to have three spaces in LA—one in Hollywood or WeHo (check), one by the beach, and one in Downtown—so there are likely more on the way.
· Hollywood's Residences At Columbia Square Will Be Super Fancy And Half Extended-Stay [Curbed LA]