Downtown nightclub pushes back opening date
Six Nightclub & Lounge will not open this year because it is taking longer than expected to remodel the 110-year-old downtown building that the club plans to occupy.
Instead, the staff at Six, 436 Main St., is shooting for January, once the two-story building is brought into compliance with the city of Grand Junction building code, manager Liz Sinclair said.
The delay in opening is frustrating but not the end of the world for Six’s staff, she said.
“We still think it’s the best location in town,” Sinclair said.
No plans have changed for the club, she added, which means Six will be a two-story upscale establishment with the bottom floor set aside for dancing and the top floor having more of a lounge vibe.
Sinclair said she and entertainment director Aaron Shulman, also known as DJ Jazzy Gems, have fielded upward of 60 calls, e-mails or social media inquiries per week, particularly before Halloween, about Six and when it will open.
“I love the interest,” Sinclair said.
Six will occupy the former Boomers Nightclub & Restaurant building.