Unfortunately, neighbors of the club fear that the venue, a 17,000 square foot warehouse, will offer a heavy amount of noise pollution due to the availability of booze and live music.
Posters have been put up along the street highlighting the extent of the neighbors’ unhappiness. Now, owners Jonathan Schnapp and Ashley Albert, are fighting back to appease those who are apprehensive. Schnapp told Caroll Gardens Patch, “We aren’t planning on having drinking games or anything disgusting and fratty like that. I don’t know where that rumor even came from.”
Albert told the Brooklyn Paper “We want it to feel like a Florida hotel from the ’70s. It’s a fun vintage thing for 20-and-30-somethings to try.”
Sounds like a fun community for those of all ages to come together, not a rowdy disturbance! Good luck in bringing together this unique experience for us all to try!