Zouk Group Partners With Resorts World Las Vegas For $4.3B Project

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The Zouk Group has forged a partnership with Resorts World Las Vegas to build an integrated resort which will bring Singapore’s homegrown brand to Sin City.

The $4.3B project is expected to open in the summer of 2021. According to the Singapore news outlet The Straits Times, the night club and entertainment space will occupy 100,000 square feet of the Resorts World Las Vegas. The venture aims to reinvent the traditional Las Vegas hospitality experience by showcasing Singapore’s famed approach to entertainment.

Said Andrew Li, Chief Executive officer of Zouk Group, in a statement:

“The partnership between Zouk Group and Resorts World Las Vegas will bring entertainment and lifestyle brands together on a property destined to breathe new life into the Las Vegas market. With over 29 years of experience in the nightlife industry, the Zouk brand is proud to make its debut at Resorts World Las Vegas, in a destination considered by many to be the entertainment capital of the world.”

Largest Development in Two Decades

The multi-concept complex will include a Zouk nightclub which is similar to the iconic one in Singapore, an AYU dayclub, an outdoor venue with a Southeast Asian tropical island theme, RedTail, FUHU Asian dining cuisine, and social gaming bars where guests can enjoy food and drinks while playing a variety of fun game like beer pong, darts, and pool.

Genting Berhad of Malaysia has been tasked to develop the project which is being labeled as the largest development in the city in almost two decades. This venture is the first such undertaking of the Zouk Group in the United States. More details about the project will be revealed in the coming months.

A Lifestyle and Entertainment Company

The Singapore based Zouk Group is a leading lifestyle and entertainment company. It owns establishments in the entertainment, food and beverage, and nightlife sectors. The business started as a single night club called the Zouk Club.The club fostered the growth of electronic dance music and influenced the music taste in the Lion City.

The Zouk Club was purchased in by the Genting Hong Kong group in 2015 a the prompting of Genting heir Lim Keong Hui. The young Lim grew the business into a diverse lifestyle group with 17 outlets that include night clubs, day lounges, restaurants, and burger bards. Last September, the son of Genting patriarch LKim Kok Thay purchased the Zouk Group for $10.1M.