Members-only clubs are popping up across Manhattan, providing an alternative social hub and workspace as New Yorkers are spending less time in the office.
More than a dozen membership clubs have opened in the borough since 2003, including at least nine within the past three years, according to Zack Bates, chief executive of consulting company Private Club Marketing. Most charge $5,000 or less in annual dues, plus a smaller sign-up fee, though those at the top end can charge considerably more. Aman New York, a private club affiliated with the luxury hotel on Fifth Avenue that is opening in August, requires a $100,000 initiation fee and yearly dues of $15,000.
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