When I went this place was over crowded and the Dj was okay. It's a huge club, which is a cool part, but I wasn't feeling the vibe. I think the only cool part was the private room upstairs where they were salsa dancing! But thats about it.
Downtown L.A. continues to move on up, this time with a three-level mega club that's giving a martini-drenched makeover to the city's old Financial District.. In Short After more than 20 years of disrepair and outright abandonment, the former home of the Los Angeles Stock Exchange is finally ready for its close-up. Outfitted with 6 bars, stained-glass windows, 40-foot ceilings, Brazilian walnut-coated floors and a sound system that caters to concerts, the neon-lit space pumps hip-hop and Top 40 for the cast of hip-shaking clubbers packed around the dance floor or sipping cocktails around the indoor koi pond and 60-foot glass bar. Cocktail cravers head to the club's second floor to chug mojitos and people-watch along the wraparound balcony, while the top level (reached by marble staircase) is where celebrity guests mix and mingle behind tight velvet ropes, as everyone else tries to catch a glimpse.