It's described as a "jazz living space," an idea your college roommate Aaron pitched years ago, but which is actually just bebop for "multiplex." The second JZ Club, a livehouse, workshops, music instrument shops, studios, a bakery, a cafe where you can listen to records and eat "French food." It's everything a jazz musician needs to barely scrape by, under one roof. Disparate elements coming together in harmony. Call it fusion.