Soho Warehouse, the newest addition to the line of outposts by Soho House, opened for founding members on September 30 and Every Houses members on October 14.
Designed for the creative community of Los Angeles, the six-story Soho Warehouse is outfitted with several amenities from a glamorous rooftop with a bar to a sprawling, lush terrace. Curbed reports that the industrial building is located at 1000 S. Santa Fe Avenue in the Arts District.
The renowned members-only club is brimming with artwork like an acrylic-on-canvas by Paul Davies and mural by Blanda.
The industrial-chic space was designed by Soho House’s in-design team, while the entire project was designed by KFA Architecture.
The furniture incorporates elements from the building’s history as well as 60s and 70s style furnishings as a nod to artist-style lofts. Other design details include exposed brick and original street art.
The original loading dock, now filled with olive trees, and jasmine and has completely transformed into a calming outdoor space.
Three new additions that can’t be found at any of the other locations are luxurious bedrooms, a stunning rooftop pool, and a two-level gym.
Bedrooms come complete with rainfall showers, king-sized beds, and full-sized cowshed products. Also, larger bedrooms have been designed for guests looking for a longer stay from details like a kitchenette and six-person dining room table.
There are 48 bedrooms across three floors for members as well as non-members, while the rooftop includes a 50-foot pool and sun deck with panoramic views, as well as day beds and chaise lounges.
Other perks include a sitting room, drawing room, club bar, and house garden—which includes an incredible restaurant and bar.
The House Kitchen is serving up contemporary American food with wood-fired pizzas, while the House Garden menu focuses on Mediterranean-Italian cuisine with produce from local farms.
LA Mag reports that Membership for the exclusive club is $2,160 for one club and $3,300 annually for all clubs. However, if you’re under 27 years old, it’s $1,080 for one and $1,650 for all-inclusive access.
An anonymous committee will decide whether or not applicants can be approved for exclusive membership.