Miami Worldcenter Files To Demolish Building On Club Row

Miami Worldcenter is about to begin demolition on a building in Park West.

According to a Notice of Commencement filed on April 9, total demolition of a warehouse building at 100 NE 11 Street and 122 NE 11 Street will soon be underway.

A demolition permit was applied for on March 9, stating that two buildings, 11,940 square feet and 9,863 square feet, were being demolished at a cost of $59,200. The permit hasn’t been pulled yet.

City inspectors cited the property on April 4 for graffiti, failure to register a vacant structure, and a vacant, blighted, unsecured and or abandoned structure.

Club Space and E11even are down the block.

 

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

And now it just becomes a matter of time before this whole area begins to change. Miami World Center is the catalyst and as each block gets developed more of these empty warehouses will disappear and it will eventually get to the night clubs. I am pretty sure that within the next 5 years Club Space will shut down, E11even may hang on for a while longer but I will be surprised if they are still open in 10 years.

Dokter
3 years ago

My understanding is that 11’s owner-operator also owns the land & building and is in control of his/her destiny.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I personally hope they stay. I enjoy going there from time to time. The terrace food is actually good and the club has great acrobatic shows.

Anonymous
3 years ago

“Acrobatic” LOL

Anonymous
3 years ago

Obviously you have never been to E11even. Yes, in addition to naked pole dancing they actually do have acrobatics acts.

Chainsmokers
3 years ago

11 is terribly overrated….

Anonymous
3 years ago

Overrated? How so? They bill themselves as a strip club, night club, and terrace restaurant. That is exactly what they are. The girls are hot, the music is cool, and the food is good. What more do you expect?

Anonymous
3 years ago

I love that these clubs are downtown. Makes getting a lyft at any time of day much more likely for residents in the area.

Anonymous
3 years ago

They do not. Simkins owns it. They have a lease.

Martim MSK
3 years ago

No chance Space goes at this pace…place is a mainstay and is attended by hundreds of thousands of people…same with Eleven. And honestly, I hope they fight these people when the time comes to complain about noise, etc.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Space is “Dead man Walking”

Anonymous
3 years ago

The split second an offer of several million $$$ is made both eleven and space owners will paper cut the hands of the lawyers trying to sign them as quickly as possible…. Money talks ….

Gene
3 years ago

Why?

Gene
3 years ago

It can’t happen soon enough.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Space will be gone, like Heart. E11even will stay because it grosses 20m+

Anonymous
3 years ago

Another one bites the dust!! This city’s growth and potential are truly amazing…

Anonymous
3 years ago

The entire Park West area will be redeveloped due to MWC.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What will replace it?

Gene
3 years ago

How about a decent food store? Another condo?

Anonymous
3 years ago

The better question is where is Miami’s next great club street going to be at? Nothing seems to stick like how Space anchors that street, but Miami needs to be able to compete with the Vegas(es) of the world if it hopes to keep the nightlife scene alive that draws millions of tourist here each year.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Geez, what a desolate looking area.

Close all clubs
3 years ago

Neighbors want Club Space and Eleven shut down. Both operate illegal roof top clubs. Bass noise travels far.