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Members-Only Rooftop Club and Roman Trattoria Headed for the InterContinental Hotel

CH Projects is behind both ventures

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Despite the pandemic derailing much of the hospitality industry’s current and future plans, 2021 is shaping up to be a major growth year for CH Projects. After recently relaunching two concepts, Neighborhood and Noble Experiment, and debuting Young Blood in the East Village, the restaurant and bar group’s next endeavor is a highly-curated private club located on the 20th floor of the InterContinental San Diego that’s scheduled to open this September.

Admission to The Reading Club will be available to just 400 members, who will have to apply via a membership form that asks questions like, “What would be the title of your autobiography?” and “What is your favorite restaurant and why?”. For an annual fee of $2,000 to $2,600, approved members will gain access to the space (designed by AvroKO Design of Duck Duck Goat in Chicago and Healdsburg’s SingleThread) and the club’s amenities and services which include venues for meetings and meditation, a library and listening room, plus pool and gym privileges.

The club’s dining room will be fed by an attached restaurant that is Consortium Holdings’ 16th project in San Diego. Serving Northern Italian cuisine, Seneca will also be open to the general public.

Inside The Reading Club at the InterContinental San Diego
The Reading Club
Arlene Ibarra

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