Veer Tower Unveiled at CityCenterJuly 21st, 2010 | Category: Featured News
CityCenter in Las Vegas, the 67-acre city-within-a-city, is celebrating the opening of Veer Towers and its model homes. Designed by internationally renowned architect Helmut Jahn, Veer Towers was created as an architectural and artistic landmark on the global scene and is CityCenter’s only completely residential development. Inclined at five-degree angles, its two 37-story glass towers shimmer day and night.
Designer Francisco Gonzalez-Pulido created Veer’s public spaces and lobbies, which showcase commissioned works by Richard Long and an abundance of natural light flowing through floor-to-ceiling windows.
“Arguably the most striking residential building in the world, Veer Towers is a masterful work of contemporary architecture offering buyers an immersive, artful lifestyle set within the urban mosaic of CityCenter,” said Tony Dennis, executive vice president, CityCenter residential division.
Each Veer Tower is home to approximately 335 contemporary condominium residences ranging from approximately 500 to 3,300 square feet. Residential options include studios; deluxe studios; one-, two- and three-bedroom flats; and penthouses.
Affirming its commitment to deliver a new level of environmental consciousness to the Las Vegas Strip, Veer Towers earned CityCenter’s sixth LEED® Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The accomplishment marks the highest LEED achievement by any hotel, retail district or residential development in Las Vegas. The 18-million-square-foot metropolis is one of the world’s largest private sustainable communities.
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