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Cityfox’s Brooklyn Mirage set to permanently reopen

During a hearing held yesterday, the New York State Liquor Authority granted Brooklyn-based promoters Cityfox a liquor license, approving the promoter’s plans to permanently reopen the 6000 person capacity nightspot after being shut down last spring due safety violations.

The promoter’s plans for the space include music events that will run from 2 PM until 4:30 AM. Cityfox also plans to host various community functions at the venue that range from corporate gigs and fashion shows to film and photo shoots.

Cityfox’s marketing director Simar Signh comments on company’s new license:

“We are excited…..For the last many months, our team has worked hard to meet requirements and requests of all agencies and local officials while demonstrating our commitment to safety and the community. We’ll continue the same until doors open, and always afterwards.”

Cityfox hopes to contribute to New York’s cultural landscape by providing hundreds of jobs and a unique space to host events while increasing local economic activity.


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