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Neuehouse opening in Downtown’s historic Bradbury Building

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The club will occupy the entire second floor of the beloved landmark

A rendering showing the entrance, which holds seating areas with sofas and chairs as well as large sash windows along one wall.
The entrance to the Neuehouse, slated to occupy the second floor of the Bradbury Building.
Renderings by DesignAgency, courtesy of Neuehouse

Private club and workspace Neuehouse is planning to open a new location in the landmark Bradbury Building in Downtown’s Historic Core before the end of the year, the company announced today.

Set to open in November, the club will occupy the entire second floor of the whimsical structure, which was built in 1893 and has appeared in numerous films, including Blade Runner and 500 Days of Summer. (There will be a members-only entrance to the workspace on the first floor.)

“The expansion to the iconic Bradbury Building will allow us to enhance the membership experience even further in the areas of creative workspaces, programming and social spaces,” says Neuehouse CEO Josh Wyatt.

The Neuehouse will contain a gallery, private offices, a cafe in the lobby, conference rooms, and a “mediation nap room.”

The Neuehouse in the Bradbury joins an existing location at Columbia Square in Hollywood. That location opened in 2016, and according to Neuehouse, it’s at capacity and has a waitlist for members.

The Bradbury Building is a city landmark. The elaborate five-story office structure is as beloved by filming location scouts as it is by architects and architecture critics. Architect Charles Moore called it “one of the most thrilling spaces on the North American continent.”

A rendering of lounge-type room with a curving bar and scattered seating at tables.
The cafe and lounge area.
A smaller, private room with a decorative brick fireplace and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors.
A meeting room at the Neuehouse.
A photo of the ornate elevators and stairways inside the Bradbury Building.
The Bradbury Building’s interior.
Photo by Dave Mullen