Live in the center of it all! Veer Towers City Center is located at 3722 and 3726 Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109, between Bellagio and ARIA Resort and Casino. There are two towers at Veer Towers City Center each with 37 floors. The two towers are at 5° opposing angles giving unparalleled recognition to the architecture design by Murphy/John Architects of Chicago. This complex gives the essences of a city within a city type feeling. French designer Yann Kersale provided the exterior LED lighting. This building has LEED Gold Certificate from the U.S. Green Building Council. There is a tax abate in place until 2020. Pricing starts at $250,000 and financing is available. Must have 25% down if intending to occupy the property or using the property as a 2nd home. If you are an investor you are required to have a 40% down payment. Home Owners Association (HOA) fees vary between $500 and $1,400 monthly.
Veer Towers City Center offers studios, deluxe studios and 1 to 3 bedroom suites with 3 designer selected interior finishes: Earthly, Ethereal or Transcendent. You can choose to have your suite come fully furnished or you can bring your own style to this posh living. Suites offer 9’3” to 12’6” ceilings, glass sliding doors between living room and bedroom, recessed architectural lighting, Bosch kitchen appliances, contemporary European style custom cabinetry, glass backsplash, solid stone or marble vanity in bathroom, marble tile shower and tile surround tub.
Veer Towers City Center amenities includes rooftop infinity-edge pools; hot tubs; sun decks; media and billiard rooms; and hospitality patios. Additionally, there is a business center, state-of-the-art fitness center, theatre room, business center, pet park, concierge service, secluded driveway with valet parking along with secured access to residential elevators, and 24 security.
There is a pet limit along with size and breed restrictions.
The local schools for Veer Towers City Center Condominium high rise living are Paradise Professional Development Elementary, William E Orr Middle and Ed W Clark High School.