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Chateau Nightclub at Paris Las Vegas Can Be Yours

Chateau Nightclub & Gardens
Chateau Nightclub & Gardens
Photo: Chateau Nights

Ever wanted to run a nightclub on the Strip? Now you can and eager agents are waiting for your call. Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas is up for grabs and you can take "immediate" possession. Real estate brokers RKF have put the forgotten club on the market six months after Jonathan Spadafora, managing partner of Macro Management Group and Steven Kennedy, owner of the 33Group took over management.

Angel Management Group, previous operators since January 2013, wisely dumped Chateau from their portfolio as they moved forward with construction on building their next mega-club inside Caesars Palace. At Paris, the site status is listed as "currently Chateau Nightclub" suggesting a name change would be permitted.

Interested club mavens would have a total of 37,600 square feet to manage including the club, terrace and the 20,500-square-foot rooftop. When it comes to resident megastar or name deejays, Chateau is all out and you'll need to bring your own.

The possible makeover follows the Paris resort's forthcoming additions of Yong Kang Street casual Asian dining concpet, Steve Martorano's new Italian restaurant and a soon to begin complete remodel of Le Central, their center bar.

For RFK, it is another day of trying to lease property in Las Vegas. They've been attempting to fill the vacant 35,000-square-feet of failed Goretorium horror attraction space at Harmon Corner for almost a year and also find tenants for the proposed 46,623-square-feet of retail, dining and nightlife addition to the Miracle Mile Shops.

Currently removed from the RKF listings, any mention of the 275,000-square-foot, two-level, enclosed dining and shopping mall once proposed for Tropicana Las Vegas to be leased by RKF. Tropicana chairman and CEO Alex Yemenidjian once told the Clark County Zoning Commission that with a $100 million budget and "god willing," a completion date at the end of 2015 was possible. No permits for ground breaking have been submitted since the project was announced.
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