Tahiti Village Las Vegas Timeshare Starts New Construction

Las Vegas TimeshareTahiti Village Las Vegas timeshare by Consolidated Resorts on Las Vegas Boulevard sees new construction for its second tower of its $135 million flagship timeshare rental in Las Vegas real estate. The tower will be 10 stories with 284 units.

The second phase will be decorated and designed to the same standards of the 154 units in the $60 million first phase, Consolidated Chairman Michael Kaplan said. General contractor is Martin-Harris.

The 1,083 timeshare units should generate an estimated $1.5 billion in sales.

The 1,550-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath Las Vegas condos come with a plasma-screen television. Units can be divided into two independent suites with the turn of a lock. When finished Tahiti Village real estate will exceed 1 million square feet on the 27-acre Las Vegas land.

Tahiti Village Las Vegas timeshare is expected to feature a quarter-mile “lazy river” that will take guests floating through the resort’s inner courtyard, where they can enjoy the Jacuzzi and pool.Founded in Hawaii in 1980, Consolidated Resorts, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The ASNY Corp., a privately held diversified investment company with Las Vegas headquarters.

Consolidated will be announcing the preliminary details and location for the company’s next Las Vegas timeshare rentals in the next few months months.

Consolidated has three resorts in Las Vegas and nine resorts in Hawaii, including Tahiti and Club de Soleil on west Tropicana. Source: LV Review Journal

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Tahiti Village Las Vegas timeshare by Consolidated Resorts starts new construction.

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