Allure

Allure is an architecturally stunning 41 story condominium tower with designer touches that accentuate comfortable floor plans. Every unit has floor to ceiling windows to take in the magnificent surroundings of Las Vegas.
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Palms Place

The Palms Hotel and Casino has long been known as one of Las Vegas’ “hippest” places to hang out, featuring Ghost bar and Rain Las Vegas night clubs where celebrities are often seen.
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Mandarin Oriental

The residences offer two distinct floor plan collections: Luxury and Penthouse. The Luxury Collection occupies floors 24-40 and consists of one and two bedroom plans with an option for a den.
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Signature at MGM Grand

The popularity of The Signature at MGM Grand condo hotel is aided by its direct connection to the resources and amenities of the MGM Grand Resort and Casino.
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Sky Las Vegas

Sky Las Vegas is the only high rise condominium that sits directly on The Las Vegas Strip. The tower is positioned at an angle on Las Vegas Blvd to maximize views from every residence.
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Trump Tower

At an impressive 64 stories Trump International is the tallest high rise in Las Vegas. The AAA four diamond rated hotel has exterior windows gilded with 24 carat gold. This upscale condo hotel completely redefines the concept of super luxury.
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Turnberry Place

Luxurious and large floor plans start at 1,179 square feet for a 1 bedroom 1 bath unit, 1556 square feet to 5,779 square feet 3 bedroom floor plans, 4,104 – 6421 square feet 4 bedroom plans and a few 6 bedrooms as large as 8,205 square feet.
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Turnberry Towers

Situated on a spacious 10 acres, Turnberry Towers is located just east of the Las Vegas Strip. Turnberry is known for its friendly staff and professional service.
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Veer Towers

Veer Towers is the only purely residential condominium in City Center. Twin 37 story towers each house 337 luxury studio, one, two, and three bedroom condo units plus penthouses.
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