So it cost how much to get in?????

    By Dave Forster
    The Virginian-Pilot
    © July 26, 2012

    Olde Towne’s large, upscale nightclub, Mansion Allure, has closed while the owner of the three-story space looks for new management.

    Charles Greenhood said today that he has terminated Mansion’s lease because its manager, Terry Webb, is behind on taxes and rent and otherwise in default “on several accounts.” A call to Webb’s cell phone went to a voicemail box that said it was no longer accepting messages.

    Greenhood, who also owns Brutti’s, the restaurant on Court Street below Mansion, said he is assembling a new management team and plans to have the nightclub reopen by next weekend under a different name.

    Mansion opened in August 2011 after a lengthy renovation of the building. Greenhood promised a diverse line-up of entertainment and musical genres, but its offerings deviated little from hip-hop.

    “Unfortunately things just never went in the direction that I had promised and intended,” he said.

    2 comments

    1. DJ Bee says:

      I hope it works out for the employees. That’s peoples lives at stake. I’ve been put in that position with him before so I understand.

    2. Older J says:

      I’m with you on the entry fee though. People have spent THOUSANDS in there. How aren’t the taxes paid???

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