MGM Mirage Project CityCenter Las Vegas yesterday released the 2,700 luxury high rise condos for sale to the public. These luxury condominiums are a portion of the $7 billion MGM Mirage CityCenter real estate on the Las Vegas Strip between the Monte Carlo and Bellagio casino. The three high rise condominiums in Las Vegas available for reservations are Veer Towers Las Vegas, Residences at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas and Vdara Condo Hotel Las Vegas.
Project CityCenter construction is expected to last two years and located on the previous site of the Boardwalk Casino on the Strip. Construction work for the 66 acre of very expensive Las Vegas land in the 18 million-square foot real estate development began in June of 2006. MGM Project City Center real estate includes a two 400-room non-gaming hotels; 500,000 square foot of retail shops, 60-story, 4,000-room hotel-casino, entertainment and dining venues, luxury Las Vegas condos located within five high rise towers.
Prior to the release of condos to the public yesterday, homes have been made available to VIP clients and MGM Mirage’s executives. Expected refundable deposits ranged from $10,000 to $20,000 for a desired condos. Total revenue from condominium sales is expected at $3 billion.
Reservations are now being taken for three of the four planned luxury condo developments: Residences at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, Veer Las Vegas, and the Vdara Las Vegas Condo Hotel. The Residences at the Harmon, will be released later in 2007. The total 2,700 units are expected to be sold within 30 months.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Residences real estate in Las Vegas, Nevada, designed KPF Architects, will consist of 227 condos above a 400 room hotel. The Luxury condo residences will have access to all the amenities of the Madarin Oriental Hotel. The homes will range from 1,000 sf to 3,900 sf with pricing for the smallest units starts at $1,500 per square foot.
Veer Towers Las Vegas includes two 37-story condo buildings within CityCenter’s entertainment and retail district. Helmut Jahn designed towers each will house 350 condos ranging from 500 sf to 2,600 sf. Amenities include a rooftop entertainment area on each tower that includes a fitness center, infinity pool, spa, cabanas and a patio. Each Veer tower will feature a private valet, a fitness center and steam room, business center and clubroom.
Vdara Las Vegas Condos, Designed by RV Architecture LLC and Rafael Vinoly, will be the only Las Vegas condo hotel at Project CityCenter Las Vegas. Vdara Las Vegas will have 1,543 condos ranging from 500 square feet to 1,850 square feet. Vdara condo pricing starts at $500,000, about $1,000 per square feet for the smallest units. Amenities and services will include a luxurious pool with cabanas, spa and salon, a 24-hour concierge service, valet parking, fitness center, in-room dining, housekeeping, a destination restaurant, conference and meeting facilities.
Call 702-505-6988 for VIP Las Vegas high rise condo representation for MGM Mirage Project CityCenter by a Las Vegas real estate agent.
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MGM Mirage Project CityCenter Las Vegas luxury condos for sale including Veer, Vdara, and Residences at Mandarin Oriental released.
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