More than two years since the ultimately doomed replacements for vintage clothing store The Attic were first revealed, a newcomer now has huge plans for the 11,664-square-foot space on Main Street, hoping to create downtown’s premiere restaurant, lounge, night and day club.
Treehouse Las Vegas is quickly moving ahead with plans to take over the vacant two-story building and add the empty 5,052-square-foot lot to the north to host a pool and event space.
Designed by Ryan Allord and his downtown firm RAD Studio, the main structure at 1021 S. Main Street will feature a small speakeasy near the front entrance, a main 300-seat dining room with a DJ booth, another bar to the rear of the first floor and a separate video poker lounge.
Upstairs will be open to floor below and include more dining space and another small lounge and bar area.
The ground floor pool will also act as a day club, surrounded by cabanas and “full height indoor & outdoor trees,” helping fulfill the venue’s intended “plush green environment combined with various exotic woods & finishes.”
Imagined to be open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 a.m., the owners plan for Sunday brunch to served poolside. For the everyday menu, Treehouse will be “directly importing a range of exclusive seafood delicacies from Australia to bring new fresh options to diners never seen in the USA.”
Attached to the project is Jason Manley, former general manger of the recently shuttered Fizz champagne lounge at Caesars Palace. Treehouse is very optimistically aiming for a June opening to welcome the summer season.
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