Hotel and co-working startup backed by Adam Neumann makes its way to NYC

New York City will be home to Selina’s flagship location

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(NEW YORK, NY) — Selina, a hotel and co-working startup, is coming to New York City.

The company has signed a 20-year, 63,000-square-foot lease at 138 Bowery, according to The Real Deal. Inside the building, there will be 90 hotel rooms, 2,000 square feet of co-working space, and over 2,000 square feet of retail space.

The startup is backed by one of New York City’s most well-known investors, WeWork co-founder and CEO Adam Neumann.

Adam Neumann co-founder of WeWork
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Selina was founded in Panama back in 2015 and plans to open 15 US locations by 2020. The company, which offers digital entrepreneurs a new way to experience the US, raised $95 million in a Series B funding round last year, according to The Real Deal.  

The New York building will serve as a flagship location for the rapidly growing company.

“A Whole New Way To Stay, Explore And CoWork.” –

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