The Harmonie Club of the City of New York
The Harmonie Club prides itself on being a meaningful part of New York City history.
Since founding as a choral and debating group in 1852, The Harmonie Club has always followed its own path. The penchant for the extraordinary led them to commission renowned architect Stanford White; to host luminaries like Albert Einstein and Bill Clinton; and to attract a membership comprised of the city’s most accomplished and compelling people.
The Club is truly an oasis in the center of Manhattan where members can enjoy swimming in heated indoor pool, soaking in whirlpool or enjoying one of the steam rooms and sauna. The Club also boasts 3 international squash courts, basketball, state-of-the-art fitness center, and group exercise classes.
The Harmonie Club experience includes social, educational, fine and casual dining, and athletics.
A minimum of business casual is expected at all times for members and their guests when spending time at the Club. Business casual is defined as a collared shirt and slacks for men and comparable attire for women including dresses, blouses, skirts, and pants. Neat jeans are also acceptable. Shorts, t-shirts, and sneakers are never appropriate unless traveling to and from the fitness areas.
Cell Phones & Laptops
Cell phones should not be used in the lobby or dining room but may be used in The Hub as well as the hallways on each floor where house phones are located. As always, please be considerate of fellow members and guests when using cell phones and turn off ringers when dining at the Club. Laptops are welcome in The Hub and may be used quietly in the library.
The Harmonie Club
4 E 60th Street
New York, NY 10022
Tel: (212) 355-7400