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Monday, June 13, 2011

Veer Towers is the new pair of arresting residential icons in the hub of CityCenter.

MGM Resorts International introduces Veer Towers at CityCenter. Artfully inclined at dramatic opposing angles, Veer Towers is the new pair of arresting residential icons in the hub of CityCenter.

Designed by Murphy/Jahn Architects, a Chicago-based architect celebrated for creating buildings of distinction, Veer’s overall lobby environment showcases the beauty of their architecture, captivating with monumental glass boxes flooded with light, metal statements and exposed concrete walls showcasing modern artwork. Veer Towers are twin 37-story, 480-foot (150 m), towers, located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, each housing 337 luxury condominium units ranging in size from 500 to 1,500 sq ft (46 to 140 m2). The two towers lean in opposite directions (five degrees from center) adjacent to the Crystals, Retail and Entertainment District, and across the street from the Mandarin Oriental tower. Atop each tower, there is an amenities floor including a pool, fitness center, spa, cabanas and a patio for outdoor entertaining.

In early stages of the project they were known as the Sobella Residential Towers. The towers were designed by Helmut Jahn's Office based in Chicago. Lobbies and public spaces have been developed by designer Francisco Gonzalez-Pulido and will showcase works by natural light. The team of Dianna Wong Architecture & Interior Design, Inc. are designing the residences.

The condominium buildings received a LEED Gold certification on November 20, 2009,[2] and opened on July 14, 2010

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