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Our Mission

Luminary is New York City’s premier collaboration hub for women and women-identified who are passionate about professional development and expanding their networks.

We are reimagining a space for women-identified with an emphasis on investing in self-development, wellness, flexibility and giving back. Members have access to a vibrant space and a vast ecosystem of services, offerings and perks.

WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER.

The Center of Everything

At more than 15,000 square feet in NoMad, Luminary’s luxurious, modern space is custom-built for like-minded women to collaborate and connect. Whether you’re working in our communal “living room,” participating in one of our programs or workshops, taking a class in our fitness studio or networking on our private 4,000-square-foot rooftop deck (opening summer 2019) with views of the Empire State Building, the Luminary space is bright, comfortable and planned with you in mind.

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Some of Our Corporate Partners
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Join the Movement

Luminary is not a female social club. It’s both a community and a platform that is female-focused and forward-looking. Whether you’re a seasoned professional, re-entering the workforce or re-branding yourself, Luminary is where you can get things done, relax and recharge, build your network and thrive personally and professionally.

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