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Jeremy Fall Brings on New Partners to Fuel Hospitality Expansion

The budding nightlife impresario is looking to make a big mark on Los Angeles and beyond.

Jeremy Fall, outside Golden Box, Hollywood
Jeremy Fall, outside Golden Box, Hollywood
Wonho Frank Lee

Jeremy Fall's thinking even bigger about how he's going to make his make on the Los Angeles nightlife and hospitality scene. And he'll get some more in the way of resources from Boulevard Hospitality Group (which owns TCL Chinese Theatre and Two Bunch Palms Hotel in Palm Springs), who are buying into Fall's Genesis Group with a major investment.

With the additional financial backing, Fall will take the success he's had with Genesis (which is going full-on at the old Paul & Andre on Hollywood Blvd) and Golden Box to expand on his nightlife and hospitality plans. The young impresario's brought a mix of originality and authenticity to the local nightlife game, which tends to be mired in its own "Hollywood-ness."

In a way, this investment echoes the one Hakkasan made in local nightlife group h.wood, though in this case, Fall will continue to retain creative and operational control.

At the new Genesis space, which is slated to open in about a month's time, Fall will bring out Seoul Sausage's Chris Oh to serve drunk-friendly bites at Nomad Kitchen.

The Golden Box

, Los Angeles, CA

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