I love watching tall buildings, it fascinates me and even dreamed that oneday I will be living in a high rise home like this. What fascinates me with it? Waking up with the view of the horizon and watching the skies as always, funny huh but it is truly amazing for me. I love sky watching and star gazing and having a high rise property is the best for me. Anyway, the picture above is located in Las Vegas. It has over 500,000 square feet of entertainment, retail and dining to residents and visitors. The Mandarin Oriental will operate the casino/hotel, offering 5 star luxury right in the heart of the activity. Where is the residential units? It is available on the top floors of the Mandarin. While Veer is the truly residential tower at CityCenter. In the core of the community, Veer consists of two unique towers which soar above the city. Every unit truly is a unique, one-of-a-kind work of art. Floor plans range from 503 square foot studios to 2081 square foot penthouse suites. Luxurious and elegant so, boredom will never exist because you will be living in the heart of everything. Visit Queensridge Las Vegas, Rhodes Ranch Las Vegas and Red Rock Country Club Las Vegas to see their elegant property as well. You may contact Debbie Drummond for more information about this luxury property, call toll free number: 800-598-0253.
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