The Palms takes over management and operations of Apex Social Club once America celebrates its birthday.
“The Palms will be taking over operations and management of Apex Social Club beginning on July 4,” a spokesperson says in a statement. “The transition will allow us to provide a seamless and enhanced guest experience across all of our world-class nightlife offerings at the property. We greatly value our partnership with Clique and look forward to continued success with them at Greene St. Kitchen and Side Piece Pizza at the Palms.”
That means the Palms now operates and manages all of its nightlife venues, including Kaos Dayclub & Nightclub, which opened in April.
Clique Hospitality opened Apex last year in May, taking over the former Ghostbar space.
The open-air social club features a 360-degree view of Las Vegas from the outdoor patio and terrace. A retractable glass floor-to-ceiling partition separates the club from the open sky.
The space features four pieces of art by Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin dubbed Pyschogeographies. The nearly 3,000-pound humanoid sculptures feature a collage cut from magazines and books, laid down on glass, and fused together with resin to create 3D paintings. All are part of a larger collection of 120 sculptures that are typically displayed like that of the ancient Terracotta Soldiers.
Palms took over management of Clique’s Camden Cocktail Lounge in December. Clique still operates Greene St. Kitchen and Side Piece Pizza at the resort, drawing celebrities such as Patrick Schwarzenegger, Ariel Winter, Machine Gun Kelly, Audrina Patridge, and the Imagine Dragons crew since opening.
Vital Vegas tweeted a teaser of the change over the weekend.
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