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Long-delayed nightclub to open in Wynwood

HOUSE will create as many as 100 new jobs, owner says
Mark Lowe

Mark Lowe

A new nightclub slated to open this month in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District will create 50 to 100 new jobs, according to the owner.

The club, dubbed HOUSE, took six years and nearly $10 million dollars in real estate to complete, but is now slated to open on May 16, owner Mark Lowe, told the South Florida Business Journal. The club plans to employ contortionists, opera singers, drag artists, aerialists and other performance artists.

Lowe hopes to eventually bring 10 nightclubs, 10 restaurants and 10 hotels to the area, despite facing years of hurdles.

“It is a project that has been dragged through the mud across the board, and targeted relentlessly,” Lowe said. “As an entrepreneur, you take risks and fight for your business concept.” [SFBJ]Christopher Cameron

  • WhyNotNow

    Why doesn’t anyone want to call this area what it is, overtown? Everyone knows wynwood stops at 20th street. It’s ok. Take a breath…say it…overtown…. See that wasn’t so bad.

  • real

    First 10 million in real estate for that address is insane what is wrong with these “entrepreneus” that is not even close to Prime Wynwood area for you to pay 10 mill. Your in the hood plane and simple you cant put lipstick on a pig, Not disrespecting but all that effort you are better off going to a better location to do this, if it is not art basil week why would people actually want to go to wynwood and let alone that area of wynwood. If they dont get into the club which 50 percent do not than they need a plan B and there is no plan B in wynwood. So you think twice about going to that specific club,

    • VeronicaMendoza

      its Art BASEL, not Basil.

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