New Manhattan gay nightclub offers sneak peak
It's very rare that you get to see a new nightclub as it is constructed, but the new owners of the building at 579 Sixth Avenue in New York City are offering the opportunity to see the space as it is being remodeled.
The club formerly known as Heaven is undergoing an 8-week renovation process that will shock even the most skeptical patron.
The new owners and management started by changing the name of the club to Rush, and they will continue by rebuilding the entire facility right before your eyes.
On Saturday night, Manhattan's only '18 and over' club will open its doors to Chelsea's finest so they can get a sneak peak at what is happening, and you're invited!
Why would a club try so hard to prove that their renovations are happening? Previous owners of the space have advertised 'remodeling' that simply turned into a few coats of paint and some disco ball stickers on some 10-year old mirrors.
Promoter Alan Picus tells me that the new changes will blow your mind! Rush will open its doors tonight at 10pm with $1 drinks until midnight. Later in the night, the World's First Gay Socialite Ronnie Hokanson (that's me) will roll in with Kitty Litter and Skyla Versai to host our own version of "Are you smarter than a 5th grader?" Steve Sidewalk will spin his infamous pop party to break-in the new facility.
I'm told the first floor is completely remodeled, and you'll be shocked the second you walk in the door. Come check it out, just tell the door person that you're on 'Ronnie Hokanson' list for reduced admission prices all night long.
Rush is located at 579 Sixth Avenue at 16th Street in New York City.