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Lever House Adds Lounge and Hospitality Suite for Tenants 

WatermanClark, LLC and Brookfield Properties said that Lever Club, an exclusive lounge, restaurant, conference venue, and hospitality suite, will join the offering for tenants at the landmarked Lever House skyscraper, currently undergoing a $100-million redevelopment.  

Occupying the entire third floor and the building’s 15,000 square feet of terrace space overlooking Park Avenue, Lever Club was created by the developers in collaboration with Los Angeles-based architecture firm Marmol Radziner. The not-yet-announced restaurant operator of Lever Club will provide concierge food and beverage service to all tenant floors. 

“Lever Club is more than a physical space, it’s an entire hospitality offering,” said Alan Bernstein, head of leasing, WatermanClark. “From exclusive access to some of the most coveted indoor and outdoor space in Manhattan, to elevated culinary services that far surpass the food and beverage programs traditionally seen in corporate offices, Lever Club creates a truly unmatched, boutique work experience for the modern employee.” 


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