The historic Paris Theater in Miami Beach was designed in 1935 by Art Deco architect Henry Hohauser and has had an illustriuos journey from that point on.
From the 1940s through the 1960s, the entertainment hall operated as a cinema and was later re-purposed into an adult movie house, a nightclub, and a photography and film studio.
In the ’90s, when Miami’s fashion and film industries were riding high, artists such as Madonna, U2, J. Lo, Christina Aguilera and Ricky Martin shot album covers and music videos there. Major photographers such as Helmut Newton, Herb Ritz, Patrick Demarchelier, and Bruce Weber shot campaigns for major fashion magazines and world renowned fashion designers using supermodels of the era to create their content. The theater then morphed in the early 2000's into a high end nightclub called Bamboo. Now the space serves as a perfect venue for large private and corporate events, holding 350 persons at a seated dining event and 1,200 persons legally.
The venue still features rooftop studios for photoshoots and production. Brands such as Polo Ralph Lauren, Vogue, Armani and Abercrombie and Fitch shoot here regularly.
About the Venue:
25,589-square-foot Entertainment Space in the Heart of Miami Beach
Located in Submarket of South Beach, a World Renowned Entertainment District
Immediate Area is Undergoing Extensive Improvement and Renovation
Subject Property is Zoned to Allow Theatrical Events, Launch Parties, and Dance Events
One Block West of Collins Avenue Fashion District
Surrounded by Major New Hotels, Retailers, and Entertainment Venues