Industrious announced it has signed a management agreement with TF Cornerstone to bring flexible workspace to Carnegie Hall Tower, an iconic building in Midtown Manhattan.  Industrious will operate over 17,000 square-feet in the building as Canvas by Industrious, its signature flexible private office offering, as well as manage building’s newly-constructed conference center.

“Industrious has been at the forefront of the industry’s evolution to landlord partnerships and we’re proud that our newest management agreement is with a storied New York City landlord,” said Jamie Hodari, CEO and co-founder of Industrious.  “We closed out 2019 strong, signing nearly 700,000 square-feet of landlord partnerships, which is validation that this truly is the future. TF Cornerstone is a forward-thinking landlord who recognizes the value in offering flexible office space to its building tenants; we’re really excited to be partnering with them at Carnegie Hall Tower.”

Industrious provides a productive and engaging workplace for companies and teams of all sizes and stages.  At Carnegie Hall Tower, the company will be located on the 43rd and 56th floors, offering seven flexible private offices for teams of 10-20. Industrious Carnegie Hall Tower is expected to open Q3 2020.

“We are excited to be partnering with Industrious on two floors at Carnegie Hall Tower,” said Jake Elghanayan, principal at TF Cornerstone.  “In addition to providing flexible office suites, Industrious will manage the building’s new conference facility on the 43rd floor. We believe Industrious’s proven-track record of providing high-quality, well-managed office alternatives will enhance and supplement Carnegie Hall Tower’s vibrant tenancy.”

Industrious will also bring its tenant experience management expertise to Carnegie Hall Tower; it will manage and activate building amenities for tenants including a boardroom, lounge and cafe, and terrace area. Carnegie Hall Tower is located at 152 W 57th Street.  Its award-winning design echoes the architectural elements of its landmark neighbor, Carnegie Music Hall.