The Abbey, one in every of West Hollywood’s most distinguished homosexual nightclubs, is up on the market.
Its itemizing calls the property, at 686 Robertson Blvd., “a generational buy alternative to amass one of many world’s most iconic nightclubs and eating places.”
The itemizing contains each the Abbey Meals & Bar and the adjoining Chapel on the Abbey, which opened in 2016 as an enlargement of the unique enterprise.
The Abbey was first opened by funding banker David Cooley as a espresso store in 1991. Over time, it grew and expanded right into a restaurant and nightclub measuring practically 10,000 sq. ft. WeHo Occasions reported that Cooley bought a majority stake in 2006 to SBE Group for $10 million however purchased it again in 2015.
“His imaginative and prescient was in full alignment with town to reinvigorate historic Boystown and create a world-renowned homosexual institution,” mentioned John Duran, who sat on the West Hollywood Metropolis Council from 2001 till 2020.
“As one era of LGBT passes into reminiscence and new generations arrive, will probably be fascinating to witness the adjustments that will lie forward for the historic district,” he mentioned.
Cooley didn’t instantly return a request for remark. In March, he additionally listed his Hancock Park dwelling for about $7.7 million.
The Abbey sale is the newest growth to rock the West Hollywood nightlife ecosystem. In Could, actuality star and restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump confirmed she wouldn’t renew the lease on her restaurant Pump, proper across the nook from the Abbey.