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Published: June  03, 2011

Club Space

Space Miami, today the name is synonymous with dance music in the United States. The go-to venue for any nightlife enthusiast in the nation, the club is proudly marching on into it's second decade of operation. Enter Louis Puig. As of the late 1990s, this former DJ-turned-nightclub impresario had already owned a few successful nightclubs in the South Florida area. However, for his next project, he wanted to break from the commercial feel of his previous ventures and embark on something new. Ever the risk-taker, Puig embraced the challenge and began construction of a new multi-room megaclub at 142 NE 11th Street, to be named Club Space. Inhabiting a "fixer-upper" of a sprawling one-story warehouse just off of Biscayne Boulevard, the original Club Space was a serious gamble on the part of Puig. With a concentrated marketing push emphasizing an egalitarian, no-nonsense approach towards the customers, as well as the then-unheard of 24-hour operating permit, Club Space promised an exciting, over-the-top club experience for the discerning dance music enthusiast. With state-of-the-art lighting, sound, and visual systems, the venue rapidly set "the" standard for clubs not only in the Miami area, but throughout the country. With original residents such as legendary DJ/Producer Oscar G, trance maven Edgar V, house stalwart Roland, and local favorite Ivano Bellini, the gauntlet had been thrown down. Coupled with a sudden influx of guest DJs such as Paul Van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, John Digweed, Sasha, Deep Dish, Danny Tenaglia (who played a record 20-hour set during the 2000 WMC), and a then-unknown Dutch fellow named TiŽsto, the nightlife landscape of the area, and the nation as a whole had been shaken up.

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Address :

34 NE 11th St Miami, FL

Phones :

+1 305 375 0001
VIP: +1 786 357 6456

Hours :

Open Sat 10pm-4am; also open Sun

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Published: June  03, 2011

Club Space

Space Miami, today the name is synonymous with dance music in the United States. The go-to venue for any nightlife enthusiast in the nation, the club is proudly marching on into it's second decade of operation. Enter Louis Puig. As of the late 1990s, this former DJ-turned-nightclub impresario had already owned a few successful nightclubs in the South Florida area. However, for his next project, he wanted to break from the commercial feel of his previous ventures and embark on something new. Ever the risk-taker, Puig embraced the challenge and began construction of a new multi-room megaclub at 142 NE 11th Street, to be named Club Space. Inhabiting a "fixer-upper" of a sprawling one-story warehouse just off of Biscayne Boulevard, the original Club Space was a serious gamble on the part of Puig. With a concentrated marketing push emphasizing an egalitarian, no-nonsense approach towards the customers, as well as the then-unheard of 24-hour operating permit, Club Space promised an exciting, over-the-top club experience for the discerning dance music enthusiast. With state-of-the-art lighting, sound, and visual systems, the venue rapidly set "the" standard for clubs not only in the Miami area, but throughout the country. With original residents such as legendary DJ/Producer Oscar G, trance maven Edgar V, house stalwart Roland, and local favorite Ivano Bellini, the gauntlet had been thrown down. Coupled with a sudden influx of guest DJs such as Paul Van Dyk, Paul Oakenfold, John Digweed, Sasha, Deep Dish, Danny Tenaglia (who played a record 20-hour set during the 2000 WMC), and a then-unknown Dutch fellow named TiŽsto, the nightlife landscape of the area, and the nation as a whole had been shaken up.