Nashville Business Journal
By Martin B Cherry

Soho House has opened its doors in Nashville in the historic May Hosiery Mills building in the trendy Wedgewood Houston neighborhood.

The London-based social club for young creatives has 32 locations around the globe including Istanbul, Hong Kong, New York City and Berlin. Within the refurbished 1900s-era sock factory, members can find live entertainment spaces, a movie theater-like screening room and in-house Italian restaurant.

Soho House outdoor terrance available to members and guests

Members and their guests can lounge by the outdoor pool with poolside bar. The health club provides members with a large gym, outdoor yoga space and sauna with a changing room. If members need to stay overnight, a 47-room hotel is available. Throughout the hotel, guests and members can see 170 pieces of artwork from 41 Tennessee artists.

Soho House, according to the press release, is "a place for our diverse membership to connect, grow, have fun and make an impact."

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