Soho House plans IPO
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Soho House digs deep

News that Soho House is planning an IPO surfaced in February this year for an estimated $3 billion valuation. The group first considered the move in 2018, and the decision to push forward with it now is likely tied to the leisure sector’s recovery. With high demand comes a higher valuation,

Soho House plans NYSE flotation
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Soho House to debut on NYSE

US: Soho House plans to float on the New York Stock Exchange and has offered its members the opportunity to purchase shares in the company. Soho House currently operates 28 houses worldwide. The company also operates a number of other businesses such as Soho Works, Soho Home, The Ned, and

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Estimated $3bn float for Soho House

US: Private members’ club chain Soho House is reportedly planning a flotation on the New York stock exchange with an estimated $3 billion (£2.12bn) valuation. Soho House, which first opened in London in 1995 and now operates 27 clubs globally, first considered a Wall Street listing in 2018. According to

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Soho House secures $100m equity financing

US: Led by Ron Burkle, founder of private equity firm Yucaipa Companies, the investment was made at the valuation of $2 billion which was established by a funding round in 2019. Soho House has begun to reopen its sites as lockdown restrictions are eased, with its UK clubs and hotels

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Soho House to make Texas debut

US: Soho House will in a mixed-use project under construction on South Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas. The Austin Soho House will include a hotel, rooftop and club spaces for members to work, eat, drink and relax. A restaurant on the ground floor will be open to members, as well

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Soho House and Sydell Group reveal plans for The Ned

UK: Partners reveal plans for City of London hotel, clubs and restaurants. London-based Soho House & Co and New York’s Sydell Group have joined forces to create The Ned, a hotel, club and collection of restaurants in the former Midland Bank building City of The building takes its name from