When you’ve made it, when you’ve been at it: The club, pilates and world-class coffee club are the best places to be in Australia
When you’re on the beach at the end of a long day of clubbing and pilates at the Atlas Coffee Club in Sydney’s central business district, it’s hard to find a venue that is less expensive than the club itself.
The club has a full-service bar, a full bar with the club logo and a cafe.
And the club is owned by Atlas Coffee, the same company that owns the World-class Club in Melbourne, the most expensive club in Australia, and the most popular club in the country, according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
A spokesman for the company told the ABC that it had decided to close the club and “restructure the club”.
The company said the closure would affect all of its businesses, including the Atlas Club.
“Atlas Coffee Club will be closed at the close of business on September 4, 2017.
We would like to thank our customers and supporters for their support and commitment over the last 18 months,” the spokesman said.
Atlas Coffee owner says closure of club will save ‘significant’ money The company also announced that it was closing its World-Class Club in Perth and its Atlas Club in Adelaide.
Both venues are owned by the same Atlas Coffee chain, and both are located on the same block of land in the CBD.
“The Atlas Club has been a great success in Australia and will continue to be for the foreseeable future,” the Atlas spokesman said in a statement.
“As an Atlas member, we have a long-standing commitment to our member and our customers to deliver high-quality coffee in a very affordable price range, which we think is achievable through our partnership with the Atlas brand.”