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October 17, 2005 (Las Vegas) - THE CURVE™ announced today that successful Las Vegas/New York restaurant and nightclub developers Billy Richardson and James Gundy are collaborating on two restaurants and one nightspot in the first phase of THE CURVE suburban village. The names of the eating and drinking establishments are Sekkei (a fusion sushi restaurant), Jack's (an American style eatery with boutique wines by the glass and half-bottle) and Gasoline Alley (a retro-1940's style bar with great food and inviting atmosphere).

"THE CURVE is one of the best opportunities in Las Vegas to locate a bar or restaurant," said Mike Chernine, managing member, THE CURVE Development Company. "Not only will there be people living in and around THE CURVE, Southwest Las Vegas itself is underserved. It is the fastest growing region of the fastest growing metropolitan area in the United States."

"James and I felt that we needed to provide the quality of the Las Vegas Strip dining and nightlife experience while incorporating the village atmosphere of THE CURVE," said Billy Richardson. "Our establishments will be as hip, fun and exciting as anything found in Las Vegas but created by locals for locals."

"With these establishments we are helping to bring the resort amenities found on The Strip to the suburban village setting," said James Gundy. "There is no other location in Las Vegas I'd rather locate a business. It is 10 minutes from everything - the airport, Green Valley, Summerlin, The Strip - it will be the place to live and the place to play."


All three establishments will be completed early 2007 in Phase One of THE CURVE.
 
  "Jack's"
"Jack's" is named after Billy Richardson's grandfather, a native Nevadan. Likened to "Blue Ribbon" located in New York, the menu will include a two sided American menu-the right containing classic dining options such as steak and the left containing a seasonal menu offering a diverse selection of options changing four times a year. A unique feature of Jack's is its "wine-by-the-glass" service. The two-floor restaurant will carry 20 to 30 different boutique wines and a small selection of wine offered by the half-bottle. The décor will be inviting, upscale and comfortable. In addition, Jack's will feature outdoor dining. The first floor will be its primary dining room comfortably seating nearly 100 patrons; the second floor will include a speakeasy lounge, outdoor balcony lounge and banquet rooms.
 
  "Sekkei"
"Sekkei," Japanese for conceptual design, will not be your usual Sushi bar. The menu will include a wide range of Asian dining options sure to please the most discerning palette. Likened to "Ono" in New York, the setting and décor will be unique in Las Vegas. The restaurant will be located on one floor and will include indoor dining area and an outdoor dining patio. The patio will incorporate a Japanese garden. The primary architectural feature of the restaurant will be a central circular sushi bar that will include recessed preparation area, booth and stool seating, high-definition video screens, and a large circular fish tank as the room's primary element. Sekkei will seat over 140 patrons comfortably.
 
  "Gasoline Alley"
"Gasoline Alley" promises to be the hippest bar in Southwest Las Vegas. Designed in the art-deco fashion, the venue will resemble a 1930s/40s gas station drawing inspiration from famed artist Edward Hopper. It will fuse the quality of Las Vegas Strip nightlife with the comfort and familiarity of neighborhood living in an open and inviting space. Gasoline Alley will offer all the amenities of a favorite local hangout including intimate service, great food and a number of entertainment options including video poker.


Billy Richardson and James Gundy
Billy Richardson is a native Las Vegan famous for creating inventive, unique and exciting dining and nightlife experiences. Credited with developing many of Las Vegas' most well- known and successful nightclubs and restaurants, Billy and James have been partners for over three years and have worked together for over six years on various projects. Most recently they are credited with developing and designing Moorea Ultra Beach Lounge and Nightclub and 3950, both at Mandalay Bay. Individual credits include RA nightclub at Luxor, Ono in New York City and 55 Degrees Wine + Design at Mandalay Place. In addition, James and Billy are collaborating on "Social" at the historic Hollywood Athletic Club, and James is developing five restaurants/bars/nightclubs at the new Caesar's Pier project in Atlantic City.

THE CURVE Suburban Village
THE CURVE is a 47.5-acre mixed-use master-planned suburban village. The first phase of THE CURVE is 17.5 acres and will include two 18-story hi-rise luxury condominium towers, 10 buildings with 114,025 square feet of retail/restaurant space, and 59,482 square feet of Class A commercial loft office space. Construction on the $300 million first phase of the village is set to begin in early 2006.

THE CURVE Lifestyle
Residents will enjoy a number of amenities including luxurious pools and spas, cabanas and a 24-hour concierge service. A restaurant row, pedestrian plazas and community gathering areas within the shopping promenade will provide a large central area for residents and visitors to enjoy. With office space integrated throughout the project, working and living at THE CURVE will offer residents a comfortable suburban lifestyle with urban convenience. Located between Sunset and Durango on I-215, access will be very easy for those who live at and wish to visit THE CURVE. To learn more about living at THE CURVE please call (702) 596-7821

 

 

 

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