It’s no secret. Real estate is at a premium these days, and that’s especially true in Las Vegas with one of the fastest-growing housing markets in the country. If you’re going to live on or near the Strip, it may be time to embrace the high-rise lifestyle. Check out these eight Las Vegas condos on the Strip for sale with sweeping, spectacular Strip views.
These twin high-rise towers are major landmarks on the Strip. The name refers to the unique architecture, with the buildings appearing to lean at an angle (although units inside are perfectly level). Veer Towers are a major component of the CityCenter complex, giving residents quick access to the Aria, Waldorf Astoria and nearby attractions like the T-Mobile Arena and Park Theater.
Each tower is 37 stories tall with more than 300 units inside, ranging from studios to lavish corner penthouses. Every room has a Strip view and residents can take advantage of a swimming pool and fitness facility on the very top floor.
Formerly known as the Mandarin Oriental, this 47-story tower is also part of CityCenter, but divided between hotel and condo units. Residents get to enjoy the resort perks, including access to the pool and gym, but with added privacy, thanks to a dedicated lobby, elevators and valet. Soak in the Strip, airport or mountain views while being in walking distance to art galleries, restaurants and other mid-Strip attractions.
These twin high-rise buildings are just west of the Strip with a splashy aqua-blue exterior and modern design. The property has an exceptional resort-like fitness center with a spa. All units facing east have incredible (yes, panoramic) views of Strip landmarks in all their glory. In a nice perk, a free limo takes residents to and from the Strip. A third tower, The Martin, originally opened as Panorama Tower North, but was spun off into its own property with a charming vintage decor in the lobby. Collectively, the buildings are the closest high-rise condos to the new Allegiant Stadium.
Want to be near the action? The three condo towers at The Signature are right behind the MGM Grand hotel and casino, occupying land formerly home to a theme park. Overall, there are more than 1,700 units and homeowners can sublease to hotel guests through a program with MGM Resorts.
With heated swimming pools, patios with fire pits, a cocktail lounge and light bites served at Delights, you may never want to leave. However, residents and guests have access to the MGM Grand pool deck and other hotel amenities. Fair warning: the noise from the Wet Republic dayclub often carries over to parts of The Signature.
Turnberry Place & Turnberry Towers
In between the Strip and the Las Vegas Convention Center, Turnberry Place once set the standard for high-rise condo living in Las Vegas. Four 38-story towers were built between 2001 and 2006 with larger-than-average floor plans. Some of the units feel dated while others have been dramatically renovated. Tennis courts and other amenities were neglected for years, but are now being revived.
The on-property Stirling Club now operates as its own separate restaurant, lounge and clubhouse. The newer 45-story Turnberry Towers, about a block away, are more contemporary, with engaging outdoor spaces.
The Park Towers often feel like the best-kept secret for the wealthy in Las Vegas. The twin 20-story high-rises are part of Hughes Center a mile east of the Strip, where things are a little quieter, but with incredible views in all directions. The property attracts high-value Vegas powerbrokers with a variety of floor plans that are routinely renovated and customized. Virtually no two units look the same.
It’s not common knowledge, but every unit in the Vdara hotel is either up for sale or already under private ownership. The 57-story resort is sleek and modern with incredible views, especially in the corner units. The separation of rooms and inclusion of full kitchens make them popular for subleasing to families visiting Las Vegas.
Compared to other Strip properties, Vdara is very quiet with no casino and a minimal food and beverage presence. However, a long walkway in the lobby connects to the Bellagio with the Aria, Cosmopolitan and other Strip attractions within easy walking distance. The rooftop pool, spa and fitness center all earn rave reviews.
The Allure tower is your best bet for a high-rise condo on the north end of the Strip. The 41-story building is close to The Strat, Sahara and Ahern hotel (formerly the Lucky Dragon). It’s also just steps away from the historic Golden Steer steakhouse. The multi-floor penthouses on the top levels are some of the most impressive in Las Vegas with spacious outdoor decks. But even smaller units have comfortable open floor plans. The fitness center gazes out to a rooftop deck and patio, providing a sense of luxury that feels convenient and residential as opposed to “living in a hotel.”
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