The Ned bites into Big Apple with first international venture

Public Restaurant_The Ned NoMad

Membership Collective Group has announced the 2022 launch of The Ned NoMad – a hotel and members’ club in the heart of New York.

The Ned NoMad will be the first international site to open following the launch of The Ned London in 2017.

Located in The Johnston Building, the former NoMad Hotel in Manhattan, the property was built in 1903 as a store and office building.

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The original architectural features will be honoured, with interiors designed by the Soho House Design team.

The Ned NoMad will offer a mix of members-only and public spaces, including 167 bedrooms, a public bar and restaurant when it opens next summer.

It will also feature ‘Ned’s Club’ – a member’s club giving access to a rooftop bar and terrace restaurant and mezzanine bar.

The Ned was created in 2017 by Soho House founder and CEO Nick Jones. It originated in the former Midland Bank headquarters, designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924.

The space includes private members’ club Ned’s Club and a private events floor, alongside 10 restaurants and 250 bedrooms which are available to the public.

The group said it would continue to expand the concept and maintain its ethos of creating a space for like-minded professionals to meet, work and have a good time.

The Membership Collective Group (MCG) is a global membership platform of physical and digital spaces that connects a vibrant, diverse and global group of members.

It began with the opening of the first Soho House in 1995 and remains the only company to have scaled a private membership network with a global presence.

Members around the world engage with MCG through its global collection of 30 Soho Houses, 9 Soho Works, The Ned in London, Scorpios Beach Club in Mykonos and its Soho Home interiors and lifestyle retail brand. The LINE and Saguaro hotels in North America also form part of MCG’s wider portfolio.

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