Memphis is set to have a new upscale night club at the end of Beale Street in the heart of Downtown Memphis, Tennessee.
The Palace Memphis nightclub is set to soon open at 380 Beale Street in the former home of the infamous Club Crave nightclub.
According to the developer Steve Adelman, who has developed bars in Los Angeles as well as other big cities, the club will be a great location for events such as concerts accommodating 2,000 people.
The location at 380 Beale St has been called one of great potential which Adelman, the new owner of The Palace, saw in the historic building sitting at the end of Beale St.
The 380 Beale building was once one of the locations where Memphis rappers launched their careers such as DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia, who deejayed in the Memphis club, as well as legendary producer DJ Squeeky and others back in the late 80's.
The Palace night club, which will be a concert hall, dance club and special events facility, is set to open sometime in February 2015.