After a successful three years as New York City’s #1 super-club, the Chelsea nightlife institution at 530 W. 28th Street is reborn as Studio Mezmor. Saturday, February 17th will be a grand launch party featuring Victor Calderone and DJ Vibe.
The new name is a tip of the hat to the building’s original tenant, Colonel Francis Messmore, whose manufacturing firm designed immense theater props, movie sets, and animatronic dinosaurs in the massive warehouse space. The larger-than-life theatrics continue at Studio Mezmor, which will be the premier event space for a wide variety of entertainment needs. Big-room clubbing, private events on a grand scale, film and video shoots, live concerts, art gallery events, and fashion shows, all will coexist under one very big roof.
The venue has undergone a re-imagining, with improvements to the sound, video, and lighting. The main room’s architecture is 10,000 square feet of column free, gritty dance floor, with 35 foot ceilings and amazing sightlines. The 2nd floor Mezzanine, ground level VIP, and front room have all been designed into lush VIP bottle areas, providing intimate space for upscale guests to explore.
Dance music fans will have their weekend Mecca for all things electronic. The owners have created a mission statement dedicated to quality music, exceptional customer service, and multi-sensory entertainment for a sexy, big room experience that is unique
in New York City. “We are the New York home to the world’s best DJs and parties,” says Music Director and nightclub industry vet Eric Ortense. “We’ve got DJs Danny Tenaglia, Tiesto, Victor Calderone, Roger Sanchez, Deep Dish, Pete Tong and Paul Oakenfold, all under one roof. Hands down, we are the undisputed heavyweight champion of NYC nightlife.”
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