NeueHouse will expand to Venice Beach and Miami, bringing its U.S. locations to five. NeueHouse Venice Beach will mark the third location in Los Angeles, joining NeueHouse Hollywood and the recently opened space in the Bradbury Building in Downtown Los Angeles. NeueHouse Miami will be the second East Coast location, alongside NeueHouse Madison Square in Manhattan.
The design of NeueHouse Venice Beach (shown) will be led by Los Angeles and Toronto-based DesignAgency. Having overseen NeueHouse’s most recent opening at the historic Bradbury Building, NeueHouse Venice Beach will celebrate residential modernity with design that fosters cross-community collaboration. Located on the same street as the former workshop of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Larry Gagosian’s first gallery, NeueHouse Venice will occupy a historic building owned by producer Tony Bill. Previously, the location was a production facility and office to creative luminaries including Caleb Deschanel, John Landis, Hal Ashby, Oliver Stone, and David Hockney—all of whom at various times exhibited art, and scored and screened iconic films and television shows. In succeeding Snap Inc. as the building’s tenant, NeueHouse will focus on reviving and reimagining the creative spirit of the space that Bill created.
NeueHouse’s Miami location will offer its F&B thanks to a partnership with Casa Tua. Founded in 2001 by Italian-born visionary Miky Grendene and his wife Leticia Herrera-Grendene, Casa Tua’s flagship property, nestled in a historic villa in the heart of Miami Beach, is part culinary destination, part boutique hotel and private members club.
Both the Venice Beach and Miami workspaces are slated to open late this year.
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