The Soho House is set to open a new warehouse in the Arts District next month.
The members only club will open in a 80,000-square-foot converted warehouse at 1000 S. Santa Fe Avenue, according to Curbed. The building also has 48 rooms that members can rent for $190 or more per night. The annual charge for is $2,160 per year, according to the report.
Plans for the warehouse have been in the works since 2017. The seven-story building was dates from 1916. It features a restaurant, a gym, event space, a pool, lounging space, and an eatery and bar. It previously was rehearsal space for musicians.
The Soho House chain purchased the property in 2017 for $30 million, records show. The conversion project was designed by Killefer Flammang Architects.
The company is also expanding in other ways. In Brooklyn, it is opening a co-working venture in a office redevelopment. This week, Glacier Global Partners and Triangle Assets took out a $205 million refinancing on the building.
The Arts District itself has been a recent draw, with massive new office conversions, breweries and other developments. Access Industries and Warner Music Group paid $195 million for the recently-renovated Ford Factory building earlier this year, and Continuum Partners is working on a 107,000-square-foot office and retail complex nearby at 640 S. Santa Fe Avenue. [Curbed] — Gregory Cornfield