Opening: Tribecaas New Nightclub Haus Welcomes First Guests

Source: Observer

The nightclub, which opens tonight in Tribeca’s 100-year-old Brunner Building, occupies the space vacated by defunct music venue Canal Room, formerly known for hosting 80s and 90s throwback nights.

Haus Nightclub
Photo Credit: Sunny Norton

That veneer of kitsch stuck to the ballroom-like space, as the Observer walked into the launch party on Wednesday. An LED chandelier pulsed purple to every beat spun by model-DJ Chelsea Leyland. Bobbing her head in the elevated booth, she played London Grammar, and later in the night, Sail Away by Enya.

Beneath her, some goths danced uninhibitedly by the stage. A caterer handed out liquid nitrogen-tossed popcorn in paper cones. Over by the raised VIP section, models Kasia Struss and Hanne Gaby Odiele just lounged. Miss Odiele looked oh so casual in shorts, a Minnesota Vikings jersey, white sneakers and black socks.

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