The global members club is inaugurating its first Italian location in the country’s capital. Soho House Rome, which will open its doors in the fall, will be located in the up-and-coming San Lorenzo district. Bombed during World War II, the neighborhood, which is located north of the Termini railway station, recently has become the Roman go-to place for vibrant nightlife.
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Soho House Rome, which will be followed by a location in Milan’s Brera district, will feature bedrooms as well as long-stay apartments and will be open every day for members and their guests.
Along with managing several houses across the U.S. and the U.K., Soho House is expanding its presence in continental Europe. It operates locations in Mykonos, Greece; Berlin; Istanbul; Barcelona, and Amsterdam. In the Middle East, the company is present in Jaffa, while it operates units in Mumbai and Hong Kong.
Earlier this month, Soho House’s parent company Membership Collective Group raised $420 million in an initial public offering of 30 million shares.
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