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Palazzo Corpi, known for being the first diplomatic U.S. government property abroad, has been restored and revived thanks to the world-renowned Soho House brand.
Located in Beyoglu, one of the oldest districts of Istanbul, Palazzo Corpi was initially designed by the Italian architect Giacomo Leoni as a residence for Ignazzia Corpi, one of the most important shipowners of the day. The buildings that comprise Palazzo Corpi include three structures with first- and second-degree historical status: the Palazzo Corpi, Annex and Chancery. Equipped with the most avant-garde aesthetic features at the time of its construction, Palazzo Corpi became the U.S. Embassy in 1937 and held that role for many years.
A private members’ club with branches in London, Berlin, Miami, Los Angeles and New York, Soho House especially appeals to those who have found success in the fashion, art, media and advertising industries. Serving as a hotel, restaurant and club, Soho House also offers additional venues and services, such as the renowned Cecconi’s restaurant, Cowshed Spa, a library and a cinema. As a club for its members, Soho House is an important meeting point for key players in Istanbul’s intellectual life.