The club's main area is intact, and they're working on renovations in order to reopen.
In a video Instagram post hosted by Maayan Nidam, the club has revealed that its main area and dance floor is still fully intact, and that they plan to reopen soon. Before then, they will renovate the stairs that lead to the emergency exit and the bathroom area, and remove part of the weeping willow tree overhanging the seating area (but there is a "good chance of it growing back," according to Nidam).
The fire broke out around 8 AM last Saturday morning, with a few light injuries. At first, it was reported that the club was "almost completely burned out," but later confirmed that the fire was relegated mostly to the weeping willow area.
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Dear friends and family of Club Der Visionaere, We want to give you a visual update on the state of the club including the condition of our precious willow tree through this message from our dear friend and resident, Maayan Nidam. We are so very flattered by the #wearecdv posts that have begun to spread and again want to thank you for the outpour of love and compassion through the messages and calls from all around the world. We cannot overstate our gratitude as your support not only has moved us to tears but motivates us to keep pushing on in not just providing a welcoming and warm place to meet but to continue to provide an open, safe place for people to inspire, explore and appreciate music and each other. We hope to open soon and look forward to seeing you back at the club. #wearecdv #cdv #clubdervisionaere #berlin #music