Miami’s Club Space Closing Temporarily for Renovations

Miami’s legendary nightclub, Club Space, will undergo renovations and safety improvements at its 11th Street location, prompting a temporary closure starting June 2nd. The venue teased a fall reopening on their Instagram page, ensuring fans they’ll be back dancing soon.

Club Space Announces Summer Closing for Renovations and Safety Upgrades

The hiatus is necessary to improve safety measures and comply with building codes, as Club Space co-owners Coloma Kaboomsky, David Sinopoli, and Davide Danese explained to Resident Advisor. This involves demolishing one staircase and constructing a new one that creates a direct passage connecting the club’s emergency exits to both the main entrance on the ground floor and the dance floor.

None of these changes or the upcoming condo buildings pose an existential threat to Space, says David Sinopoli.

he city has worked with us to come up with the safest renovation for the club. We were fortunate enough to have developers on 11th Street that were aligned with us on the future of nightlife in downtown Miami, which is Space, E11EVEN and a flourishing 24-hour district.

David Sinopoli – Space

Kaboomsky assured fans that the renovations will “preserve the aesthetics and the feel” of Club Space, while complying with health and safety codes.

While Space is on hiatus, the Link Miami Rebels crew will be shifting programming to the fan favorite, Factory Town.

To celebrate before the closure, Club Space is throwing epic “closing party marathons” across the last two weekends of May. Stay tuned for future announcements regarding their grand reopening later this summer.