District 36

29 W. 36th St.
New York, NY 10018
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Located in the center of Midtown, District 36 was once a clothing factory. Now, it's changed (sorry) into a massive dance club offering three separate levels and 14,000 square feet of bass-worshipping space. With the massive soundsystem, District 36 caters to the fans of electronic, house, and techno. Their inner decor is a bit swanky, from the dropped down crystal chandeliers on the main dance floor to the bold framed black and white street art. But don’t be fooled, scandalously dressed employees provide glow sticks with which you can rage. All are welcomed to break it down on their cushioned dance floor, with previous DJs such as Mark Farina, Dubfire and Luciano. Bottle service is available in private VIP rooms--but before you head out, remember their card minimum is $50. --Briana Cheng

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