BREAKING NEWS: Noah’s Event Venue announces closures in Richardson, other locations


Noah’s Event Venue in Richardson will close Aug. 5, according to an announcement on its website.

“After lengthy back-and-forth negotiations, some landlords have decided to part ways with NOAH’s as the tenant and not renew our lease,” the announcement said.

Noah’s is the largest event venue corporation in the U.S. and includes more than 40 standalone locations, according to its website. Events held include weddings, corporate events and special occasions.

Clients who have an event scheduled after Aug. 5 should book a phone appointment with a Noah’s representative to discuss alternatives, according to the site. Other Noah’s locations in Fairview, Fort Worth and Las Colinas may be available to host canceled events, the announcement said.

Building staff are unable to provide information, so the business asks that clients refrain from calling, emailing or stopping by.

Create Church, which holds weekly services at Noah’s, will not be impacted by the closure, according to a church spokesperson. The organization is opening its new location at Renner Road and Central Expressway for 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services Aug. 4.

Noah’s Richardson location is not the only one headed for closure. The Plano location as well as one in the Houston area and another in Michigan are also shuttering, the announcement said.

It is unclear whether a new tenant will take over the venue or if it will close permanently.

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  1. It sure would have been nice to hear something from the company regarding the wedding reception we had scheduled the first weekend of November. They have not made any attempt to talk with us about this. AND, they did NOT keep their “phone” appointment earlier this week to discuss it. It is a major fight to try to get ANY of the money that we have paid for our event refunded to us.

    Bad business, all the way around!

    • We looked at having our wedding there, but the price was really high, as are all things related to weddings. However the venue looked really new and clean.

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Olivia Lueckemeyer
Olivia Lueckemeyer graduated in 2013 from Loyola University New Orleans with a degree in journalism. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2016 as reporter for the Southwest Austin edition before her promotion to editor in March 2017. In July 2018 she returned home to the Dallas area and became editor of the Richardson edition.
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