Broadway nightclub operator alleges misrepresentations by landlord in suit to end lease

Temple Nightclub, which opened in 2017, filed a lawsuit against its landlord for unfulfilled lease promises. (Courtesy Temple Nightclub)

Three years after signing a lease, the owner of Temple Nightclub on North Broadway is claiming it was misled.

San Francisco-based parent company Zen Compound filed a lawsuit on Aug. 14 against Temple’s landlord Regas Christou, alleging he misled the nightclub operators regarding the building’s capacity and failed to deliver a “turn-key” property as promised.

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