UK-based golf club signs lease for 22K sf at Virgin Hotel in NoMad

Swingers: The Crazy Golf Club will be in the basement of the proposed hotel

New York /
Apr.April 12, 2018 12:40 PM

Rendering of the Virgin Hotel at 1227 Broadway (Credit: VOA)

A golf club company based in the United Kingdom is bringing its first American location to New York City.

Swingers: The Crazy Golf Club has leased 22,000 square feet in the basement level of the under-construction Virgin Hotel at 1227 Broadway, according to the Commercial Observer. The deal is for 15 years, and asking rent was $110 per square foot. Newmark Knight Frank represented the landlord Lam Group in the deal, while JLL represented Swingers.

The hotel should be finished in 2019 and stand 39 stories tall with 465 rooms.

Swingers currently has just two locations, both in London. The company’s venues combine indoor golf courses with cocktails and street food. [CO]Eddie Small


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