With its debut scheduled to occur sometime this month, crews are now putting the finishing touches on the Arts District's Soho Warehouse.

The private club, a branch of London-based Soho House, inhabits a 102-year-old building at 1000 S. Santa Fe Avenue.  The six-story building, previously a rehearsal space for musicians, is now outfitted with a 48-room hotel, event space, a restaurant, a two-level gym, and other amenities.

The project, designed by KFA Architecture, also added a penthouse level atop the building's roof.  The steel structure opens onto a landscaped pool deck, flanked by cabanas and seating.

Interior spaces were designed by Soho House's in-house design team, reports Los Angeles Magazine.

Soho Warehouse abuts a property at 2110 Bay Street, where developer Jade Enterprises is planning a mixed-use campus featuring offices, apartments, and ground-floor retail.  Developer Tishman Speyer has also announced plans for a mid-rise office building nearby.

Elsewhere in the Arts District, British real estate firm Es4te Four Capital is planning another private club at 2nd and Vignes Streets.