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Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest YouTube Subscribe Follow UsNewsletter App Subscriptions Subscribe Get Our Newsletter A daily blend of the most need-to-know Daily News stories, delivered right to your inbox. Select Sport Football Basketball Baseball Hockey Soccer College High School More Sports Health Homes Food Viva Share This facebook Tweet email Limelight makes transformation from notorious nightclub to indoor market Limelight makes transformation from notorious nightclub to indoor market BY Simone Weichselbaum DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER Saturday, October 17, 2009, 8:18 PM facebook Tweet email Jack Menashe, president of the Limelight Marketplace, under renovation at the site of the old disco and former church. The new high-brow indoor bazaar opens in March, and the Daily News got the first peak inside. Inside, not much remains of the building's past - both holy and unholy - except two dozen 19th-century stained glass windows depicting Jesus and a host of saints.


Workers discovered the windows hidden under 30 inches of drywall while renovating in April. But being nearer to Jesus doesn't come free: Shops will have to pay a premium to be located by the religious treasures.
Manashe figured out how to make at least one mashup between the building's lives as a church and then as a danceteria: A two-story window will hide a deejay booth decked out with medieval drapes. Celebrity makeup artist Linda Mason toured the mall last month, eying a second-floor spot as a satellite to her SoHo boutique.
IT'SUGAR will open its first New York City location near the marketplace's entrance, hawking $5 candy bars far away from the apostles.
And now part of its future." Lots of New Yorkers may remember the Limelight's 1980s and '90s heyday, the height of the city's dance club era when the drug-soaked disco hall was one of the city's best-known nightspots.


The club opened in November 1983 and - after a series of infamous events, including a link to the gruesome 1996 murder of drug dealer Angel Melendez - finally closed its doors in 2007. Those days were known for their debauchery: dealers selling ecstasy and patrons having sex in the restrooms.
But in its newest incarnation, the Limelight Marketplace will host more mild events, such as wine tastings and opera singing.



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