Mansion, a popular nightclub in Miami, will be closing its doors after eleven years. The nightclub has been plagued with controversy in recent years including their former sister club which was sold five months ago, Cameo, reaching a $5 million settlement with the family of a man who was allegedly beaten outside of the club by a bouncer while he was on vacation.
Nightlife entrepreneurs Louis Puig and his partner Justin Levine will take over the space of the venue, have plans to re-open it with the name Icon although Paradise is another they could use, and they are also allegedly opening a new place called Heart in the space formerly known as Nocturnal.
A Mansion-closing weekend party will happen this Friday according to the venue’s Facebook page so if you want to have one more memorable night at the venue with Nicky Romero as the final DJ act, tickets still remain on sale.
Mansion has hosted some of dance music’s biggest acts including Above & Beyond, Markus Schulz, Afrojack, and David Guetta.
Story, LIV, and Space will continue to lead the nightlife culture for South Beach as they are consistently amongst the highest-grossing clubs in North America.
H/T Miami New Times