A large new nightclub and lounge called Mosaic will open at 4th Street Live April 13, the operators have announced.
The Mosaic will lease about 9,000 square feet of space and will employ about 50 people, said Megan Slattery, a spokeswoman for the Cordish Co., the 4th Street Live operator.
Mosaic will occupy the former Hotel club’s space on the second floor, with former Hotel employees being offered employment at the new business, Cordish said.
Mosaic’s managing partner is Vincent Martinez, who now runs Mosaic clubs in Baltimore and Kansas City. Those clubs are also located in Cordish-developed complexes.
In an interview, Martinez said the new Mosaic in Louisville will be open only Friday and Saturday nights. It will have dancing and primarily Top 40 style music with a disc jockey, but no food, he said.
“Our goal with Mosaic was to provide a venue where guests can relax and unwind, as well as cut loose and party, all in an atmosphere that feels refined, sophisticated and indulgent,” Martinez said.
Martinez and his staff in Louisville have updated the old Hotel space with new décor and have added a new center bar as well as a soft-seating lounge.