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November 17, 2018

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New entertainment complex coming to downtown Las Vegas

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Treehouse Las Vegas

An artist’s rendering of the Treehouse Las Vegas entertainment complex in downtown Las Vegas.

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An artist's rendering of the Treehouse Las Vegas entertainment complex in downtown Las Vegas.

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An artist's rendering of the Treehouse Las Vegas entertainment complex in downtown Las Vegas.

A new entertainment complex in downtown Las Vegas will give patrons the feel of being out in nature even when they are inside.

The $7 million, 22,000-square-foot Treehouse Las Vegas in the Arts District will include a 300-seat restaurant, indoor and outdoor lounges, a sports bar, gaming machines, a nightclub, a dayclub with a pool, a rooftop bar and a speakeasy. It is scheduled to open in March.

Treehouse lives up to its name, with an artist’s renderings show greenery hanging from walls and an artificial tree in the middle of one of the complex’s four bars.

Ryan Allord of RAD Studio Las Vegas, the project architect, said Treehouse will go in the space formerly occupied by vintage clothing reseller The Attic, which closed in 2014.

“It’s definitely a new concept for the area,” Allord said.

The complex will have indoor and outdoor stages.

“The whole concept of the different spaces is that you can have an event in the pool area separate from an event happening in the interior, which could be separated from the speakeasy bar,” Allord said. “Those separated spaces allows for multiple activities taking place at once.”

The ownership group behind the project signed a flexible, long-term lease with an option to buy the property.