One Last Public Party at the Jane Hotel


At midnight last Friday, hopeful entrants to the Jane Ballroom waited behind the velvet rope, shivering and patient. The queue snaked down Jane Street, as revelers lined up to celebrate the nightclub’s final evening open to the public.

The ballroom, inside the Jane Hotel in the West Village, was packed to its 275-person capacity. The crowd was a mix of former staff — party bookers, D.J.s, bartenders — going back to its 2009 opening, along with 20-somethings and college students looking…



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