Chill Out at Chillhouse's New NYC Flagship Location

Chillhouse's second location is a must-see. // All photos by Alec Kugler.

Following on the success of the original Chillhouse (New York City), which opened in 2017, the company recently opened a second outpost in SoHo. The new location will serve as the company’s flagship and was designed by Jeffrey White of Ecology Architecture Urbanism


“When we first saw the space, I instantly had that feel of ‘this is it,’” says founder Cyndi Ramirez-Fulton. “The loft ceilings give off a grand impression, however, we wanted to make sure our guests felt that they were walking into a cozy, welcoming environment regardless. We also worked with our architect to incorporate motifs from Chillhouse’s most popular nail art designs. It was truly a project of bringing my dream-chill mood board to life.”

Chillhouse founder, Cyndi Ramirez-Fulton
Chillhouse Soho
The six-treatment-room flagship with a full-service café will debut a full menu of pedicures along with a facial menu in partnership with Dermalogica.
 
“Our initial location was small and built with some different ideas in mind,” says Ramirez-Fulton. “Now, after two and a half years in business and many clients served, we’re ready to take what we’ve learned to the next property to make Chillhouse everything we think it can be—a complete destination for self-care."

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