Get Yourself A Piece Of Club Broadway-Big Apple Casino This Weekend

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday you can take home a piece of history/memorabilia.

You can use the entrance on the Wetmore side of the building.

Last week we told you about the Apex Art and Cultural Center planned for the former Masonic Temple/Knights of Columbus building at 1611 Everett Avenue. Known most recently as Club Broadway (which stopped operating a decade ago), it lately had been home to an off-track betting parlor in a small portion of the space as the rest sat vacant. The building is on the National Historic Register.

The Carswell family has purchased the building and are in the process of remodeling. When you have a one-hundred-year-old building you have lots of stuff. This weekend the Carswells are giving those who have fond memories of the building a chance to own some of that stuff. Items include original pieces dating back from the buildings 1920’s era to present. Antiques, tables, chairs, bar ware, dance floor mirrors, pool tables, and more. Most of the items available are from the Club Broadway-Big Apple Casino era.

The sale will happen this Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM – 3PM each day. Items are on a first-come first-served basis and you’re asked to bring cash.

There are pool tables, kitchen ware, ovens, chairs, bar items and more than we can list here. The building is located at 1611 Everett Avenue and you can use the back entrance. Here are some photos as we took a quick peek while they were getting things ready.

There’s 100 years of stuff available.

Pool tables and TVs.

Chairs from the various dining rooms.

Take home a memory of Club Broadway.

Kitchenware, barware and various furnishings are all available.

Chairs showing the Twin Towers from the former Big Apple Casino.

There are several interesting finds from the kitchen.


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