Quorum, India’s first homegrown members only working and social lifestyle club, has signed its newest and largest club in Hyderabad. It will be operational in mid-2023.
This is part of a plan to have a pan-India network of private membership clubs, The Quorum plans to expand to three more cities in the next three years, as the first phase of its expansion.
“Our goal is to create a community of relevant and prominent patrons in three more locations by 2026, and our expansion in Hyderabad is a step towards that goal. The Q, with its growing footprint, is creating a meaningful ecosystem that is shaping the culture of our times,” said Vivek Narain, founder and CEO of The Quorum.
Spread over two floors and 70,000 square feet, the Hyderabad club will be the largest club in The Quorum’s current portfolio. The company has a presence in Gurgaon and Mumbai, where it occupies around 80,000 square meters of prime real estate at DLF Two Horizon Center in Gurgaon and One World Center in Mumbai.
The Quorum Hyderabad is strategically located at the convergence of key commercial and residential areas of the city and is close to HITEC City, Jubilee and Banjara Hills. Knowledge City has been developed by Sattva Group in collaboration with Blackstone Real Estate India.
“The Quorum was conceptualized as the quintessential third space that hosts brilliant minds with big ideas. With this addition to our network of clubs, members of The Quorum will soon have seamless access to three clubs,” said Narain.
Quorum Hyderabad will feature a 110-seater premium co-working facility under its brand TBQ (The Business Quarter) located in the club, with seamless access to members’ areas. In addition to this, unique to The Quorum Hyderabad is a 15,000 square feet outdoor rooftop terrace and pool with multiple dining and entertainment areas. The club, which is spread over several floors, will have two main distinct member areas: one for work and one for leisure.
Also, like its sister clubs in Gurgaon and Mumbai, The Quorum will host globally inspired food and drinks; and will have a unique cultural programming calendar in the genres of art, fashion, literature, music, technology, business and current affairs, among other things.
Thr club will also have holistic wellness, with a state-of-the-art personal training gym run by Sumaya Dalmia and a fully equipped Pilates studio in collaboration with Radhika’s Balanced Body, run by Master Pilates Trainer Radhika Karle.