A walk through Union Market in Washington DC, NE, near the NOMA Metro stop and near the Amtrak train lines, showed me a lot of possible space for a new club after Town closes on July 1. 2018.
There are lots of industrial buildings. It looks like there is open-air parking.
So maybe this is a logical place for Town to look. You'd have to add security and make sure parking was sufficient and open all night.
The area is remarkable for being low-rise and industrial in a city of high density and high rentals. It has the look of similar industrial areas in Queens of NYC (as around Jamaica or Long Island City).
Gallaudet University is nearby.
I was there today at the Angelika Pop-Up, which I think is supposed to expand.
The Blade has an op-ed about Town's future and gentrification, here. See the comments.