New York City recently celebrated the long-awaited debut of Hudson Yards, a much talked about real estate development that combines culture, commerce, and cuisine on the city’s West Side. Home to several beauty and wellness offerings, Hudson Yards features the Vessel, an interactive architectural gem featuring a spiral staircase made up of 154 intricately interconnecting flights of stairs; Equinox Fitness Club in the first-ever Equinox Hotel; SoulCycle; beauty retailers, such as Jo Malone London, Kiehl’s, Molton Brown, and Origins; Sundays, which provides wellness-inspired nailcare products and services; and 3Den, a space for people to recharge.
Pronounced Eden, 3Den is a non-membership, pay-as-you-use destination that offers a variety of amenities, such as sound-proof phone booths, Casper nap pods, a spacious lounge, a meditation room, refreshments, private showers, and more. Meant to serve as a place between home and work, 3Den provides access to the nature-inspired space with a convenient app. The unique category was founded by CEO Ben Silver, who wanted to create a one-of-a-kind urban respite. Says Silver, “3Den brings to urban environments what lounges bring to airports: a relaxing contrast to the surround chaos and one that combines the offerings of coffee shops, hotel lobbies, premium gyms, and meditation spaces into one convenient place—but without the premium price attached.”