Bird Street will be WeHo’s newest social club

H.Wood Group Plans to Open The Bird Street Club in WeHo

WeHo’s high flyers are heading toward The Bird Street Club, opening at an unannounced date at 9145 Sunset Blvd.

The developers of this uber-selective private members-only club remain tight-lipped, with no construction start or end date relesed.

The project is backed by the H.Wood Group, an lifestyle and hospitality marketing firm that has found runaway success in the L.A. area with establishments such as Bootsy Bellows, The Nice Guy and Delilah.

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C.R.
C.R.
24 days ago

Private bougie members only places are a personal disappointment as something to add to the community, but if the demand is there, I guess it should be welcome like any other business venture. Not everything has to be for me!

Joshua88
Joshua88
24 days ago

What is the matter with people?

See comments below.

Jamie Francis
Jamie Francis
25 days ago

I think the same exact thing—private clubs are in locations that someone never thought or somehow appear when the establishment is never even mentioned. All there are is private members only clubs, weed dispensaries or now weed marijuana lounges or crime upticks because of said people, taking up places that went out of business—doesn’t West Hollywood see it’s all about the modern day jet setter or celebrity enclaves or private clubs or venues and back alley private entrances or doctors that only cater to or want cash money near these venues, because we make the community beautified and then it… Read more »

Last edited 25 days ago by Jamie Francis
Degrading the City
Degrading the City
25 days ago
Reply to  Jamie Francis

Degrading the city through private interests endorsed by city council. While tourists of many ilk may be attracted to West Hollywood, truly sophisticated people are not and will not be especially as the city evolves into the Emerald City nightmare. West Hollywood believes too much of its own propaganda too much if the general population behaves like immature irresponsible folks.

Unfortunately there is no there… there, or there here.

Observer
Observer
25 days ago

Oh, another private club that most West Hollywood residents can’t afford, if even offered a membership. Yes, we are certainly becoming Beverly Hills East but with more crime.

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