Most men – and more than a few women come to think of it – need their space.
So 88 Morningside, a new *residential condominium, has partnered with urban-oriented BoConcept, Denmark’s most global furniture chain, to create a special model with a built-in “media room” — an additional feature in a one-bedroom apartment some might see as a “man cave.”
It’s a space within a space that’s a place apart — an “extra room” that’s ideal for watching television, playing music or video games and doing so in peace.
And if you’re already trying to picture what that might look, why not just come and see it for yourself when the doors open April 7, between 6 and 8 p.m.? RSVP is required for entry; so please email: Monica Bojaca at email@example.com if you’d like to attend.
And to whet your appetite a little more, the event at 88 Morningside (88 Morningside Avenue at West 122nd Street), will be catered by Mel’s Burger Bar (www.melsburgerbar.com), which will be serving up burgers, fries, wings and beer.
By the way, for women who might be interested in owning one of these one-bedrooms with that same something extra and aren’t into sports or video games, think of all the extra shoes in your life that, until now, had no place to live.
Just a thought. We’re sure you’ve got a few more of your own.
(Representatives from 88 Morningside will be on hand to answer any questions as well as provide tours of available units. For more information on 88 Morningside, go to www.88morningside.com. And for more information on BoConcept, visit their website at: www.boconcept.com.)
*Full disclosure: I am one of the developers of 88 Morningside.