Given its warp-speed rise, Rumble has confidence to spare. Since opening its first studio in Chelsea in January 2017 with backers including the likes of Justin Bieber and Sylvester Stallone, the boutique studio expanded that same year, to NoHo. This year, Rumble got a significant new investor in Equinox and jumped to the West Coast, opening in Los Angeles. More locations, including in Philadelphia, D.C. and San Francisco, are also in the works.
But its most ambitious venture yet is on the Upper East Side.
Rumble’s third NYC location opened Tuesday in a five-story space on Third Avenue near East 84th Street, complete with two studios, infrared saunas, a Drybar blowout salon and the startup’s offices.