Neighborhood Goods has plenty of reasons to celebrate. Though the sprawling Legacy West store has only been open since November, cofounders Matt Alexander and Mark Masinter just announced a second location in New York’s Chelsea Market—clearly their concept of offering a discovery and delivery platform for “interesting brands” and consumers is working. They also reported an additional $8.8 million in seed funding in February.
They also happen to currently host a perfect mix of brands (be they predominately direct-to-consumer, digitally native, or just cool) to construct an entire day of programming around in honor of summer. So, this Saturday, stay inside (honestly, who knows what our weather will be), enjoy a free Equinox class, a panel of female founders, indulge in a post-workout brunch with bubbly at Neighborhood Goods’ in-store restaurant, and free rides from Alto (which, personally, I am very curious to try).
See below (or head to the Neighborhood Goods website) for a few more inviting details. Happy summer!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
9am-10am: Band Burn Class with Equinox and Outdoor Voices
10am-11am: Post-burn Brunch and Bubbles at Prim and Proper
1pm-2pm: “She Started it Panel” with local female founders Tori Gonzales of All the Wire, Hope Tarin of Botanicool, and Donna Letier of Gardenuity
2-3pm: “Experience > Everything” panel with Alto founder Will Coleman, Neighborhood Goods co-founder Matt Alexander, and Book a Birdie cofounders Elizabeth Cline Reza and Gabrielle Cline Müzel.
- Free rides to the event with Alto when you use code “FRESHGOODS”
- Mini-facials from Good Science Beauty>Kit giveaways from Outdoor Voices
- All-day happy hour from Prim and Proper
- Custom personalizations
- Activities for the kids
- Exclusive launch experiences from Rothy’s and Cynthia Rowley