A new social members club will open in London’s Soho neighbourhood in March 2023.
1 Warwick is the brainchild of Maslow’s, the team behind Mortimer House. The club will occupy six floors of a renovated 1910 Neo-Baroque house on the corner of Brewer and Warwick Street, with interiors by design firm Fettle featuring vintage furnishings and bespoke pieces.
Facilities will include a members-only, year-round rooftop restaurant and bar with a wraparound terrace, members lounges, a studio and gym, private and shared workspaces, and meeting and event spaces.
Dining venues, including the public ground-floor all day restaurant and bar, Nessa, will feature menus from chef Tom Cenci.
1 Warwick also promises a “dynamic” cultural events programme with the likes of masterclasses, screenings, live podcast recordings and panel discussions.
The club says that there will be a range of membership options “to suit a range of needs”, whether people are looking for a social space after hours, a daily private desk or a workspace for a few days a week.
Guy Ivesha, Founder and CEO of Maslow’s, commented:
“I am so pleased to present 1 Warwick to our growing community. After launching Mortimer House in late 2017, I felt it may be impossible to find a sequel that embodies the history, architecture and prominence of our original location in Fitzrovia. Yet, after much hard work, perseverance and determination, my team and I are happy to welcome you to 1 Warwick.
“While it shares the same heartfelt hospitality that Mortimer House has become known for, 1 Warwick has a distinct personality that befits its location, culture and history, in one of London’s liveliest neighbourhoods.”
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