“We’ll almost have two different businesses,” Roulier told EDM.com. “We’ll have the daytime pool party staff and then the club. We had 107 employees before and now we’ll be open twice the hours, so we’ll probably be excess of 150-160 employees. We’re figuring out how the daytime pool party staff interacts with the evening staff and how we bridge those times.”
The proposed renovations posted in the Denver Business Journal can be seen here:
While it is great news that one of the top clubs in the U.S. is being reopened and re-imagined, not all are pleased about ‘Beta 2.0.’ Some are definitely irked by the new additions and feel this makes their beloved space “too mainstream.” That makes since as a move like this could be considered as, “Going the way of the Vegas super club.” Others seem to think an outdoor pool in downtown Denver will be, “Gross AF.” Along with that, having an outdoor pool in a city that has an average seasonal snowfall of around 60 inches seems odd. It begs the question: what will they do with that space during the winter? Even the city had initial concerns about adding a pool to the historical downtown area. Although, initial approval seems to have been granted.
We’ll all have to wait and see how ‘Beta 2.0’ will pan out. Requests for comment are still being made with ownership’s representatives. Only time will tell if the new improved Beta Nightclub will be able to live up to the standards of it’s predecessor. Follow Beta Nightclub at the links below as more news becomes available