Basic Overview Edit

The Cube
Established 2074
Owner Ivy Syntax and Marlin
Location Corner of Lawson and 153rd (Mid-Downtown)
Affiliations None
Zagat Statistics
Food 14
Decor 25
Service 16
Price $$$

The Cube is a 3-story converted storage facility for the upper class in mid-Downtown. The whole theme is centered around boxes and cubes, the VIP areas surrounds a huge

dancefloor are all open faced white boxes with red velvet interiors. Most of the walls are painted in an image to 1950's square wall art, the stools are rectangles, etc. Overall, The Cube is a very posh and upscale nightclub for the upper crust to mingle with the middle class.

The owners, Ivy Syntax and Marlin, haven't owned the property for long, but are already highly respected for their business sense and popularity. Ivy, an Aussie transplant to Seattle, is known for her Fixing and bar tending, while Marlin, an ex-CAS marine, is know for his business sense and security sense.

The bottom floor is a standard nightclub with several elevated square dance floors and gogo cages, with a DJ hovering over the space in a barely converted shipping container that is hanging off of the ceiling, and the second floor is a series of VIP rooms and a lounge for bottle service.