The Core Club is a premiere fitness and dining club located in Manhattan. The audio experience throughout the six floors of the club can be controlled by any of the interactive touchpanels on any floor, as well as a web interface.
Boasting multiple AudioRequests – that is a networked mp3 player and broadcaster – the Club can matrix any audio to any floor or zone, so pristine audio can be heard and controlled from any of the work out rooms, private saunas or dining room.
As it’s described in this writeup:
Besides the standard, expected amenities (art by Basquiat and De Kooning, staircases carved from 1400 square feet of Bianco Venatino slab marble, personal concierge service*), the Core Club also sports:
A 56-seat theater, where Core’s Hollywood bigshots prescreen their own movies, saving members the price of a ticket — $10.25 they can use to tip the club’s expert staff. Lordly dining designed by Tom Colicchio (Craft, Gramercy Tavern). A pristine gym, perfect for working off the jiggling gut designed by Tom Colicchio (Craft, Gramercy Tavern).