Year in Review: How Outpost Club Spent 2018

Year in Review: How Outpost Club Spent 2018

Year in Review: How Outpost Club Spent 2018

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Outpost Club has had an exciting 2018: We’ve grown by quite a bit and learned a lot -- and, most importantly of all, we’ve loved every moment we’ve been able to share with our members. Here’s a look at how we spent the year and some of the milestones we marked along the way. Here’s to you in 2019, Outposters!

 

We welcomed members from all over the world and all walks of life

One of our favorite things about coliving is that we have the opportunity to meet so many people we might not otherwise have been able to. We have members from dozens of countries and nearly every U.S. state, and whether you’re writing the next great epic or building the next Facebook, we can guarantee there’s someone else at Outpost who shares your interests.

 

We held some killer events

We had a great time getting to know our community this year and had the opportunity to participate in some fantastic events, from New York City PRIDE to a special living-room concert by indie-rock artist A.W. We also kept active this year with our hiking trip to Bear Mountain, beach day and by kayaking on the East River.

A blind-sculpting rooftop party showed us a new way of seeing the world around us (thanks, Tacia!) and our rooftop yoga + cocktails series gave everyone a reason to get moving. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg -- we’ve expanded our events program over the course of the year to make sure every member has a chance to get to know the entire Outpost community.

 

We expanded the Outpost team

It always feels good to grow, and this year we welcomed Kijuan Smith and Lauren Vega to our team, Kijuan as our new community manager and Lauren as our social media and marketing manager. Welcome, both of you!

 

We opened new houses

Not only did we open two new houses in Brooklyn this year -- one in East Williamsburg and one in Boerum Hill -- but we also jumped across the East River to open our first house in Manhattan, right by Central Park.

2018 was a grand adventure -- thanks for being with us along the way. We’re excited to see where next year takes us!

 


Ne-Bo