With 61 stories and more than 2,600 vacation apartments including regular hotel rooms and lavish condo hotel suites, the Cosmopolitan will total more than four million square feet of pure luxury, and will have a 70,000-square-foot casino, Nevada's largest 50,000 square foot fitness facility and spa, and more than 300,000-square-feet of retail and restaurant space. Also, it will feature a 3,000 car underground garage, 150,000 sq. ft. of convention space and 1800 seat theatre.
“Many influences create The Cosmopolitan’s design,” said Ian Bruce Eichner, CEO of 3700 Associates, LLC, the developer of The Cosmopolitan. “It has been carefully crafted to merge spectacular contemporary architecture with lushly stylized interior spaces. What distinguishes our condominium’s decor is the separation of spaces within each residence. Each conveys a different experience with a unique array of fine furnishings and detailed fabrics. Living above Las Vegas Boulevard, we provide each resident with terraces that take advantage of the incredible north or south views of the Strip,” said Eichner.
The Cosmopolitan condos, fully furnished condo hotel suites, will include elegant smooth 10 foot high rise ceilings, spacious walk-in closets, floor to ceiling windows, plasma TVs, kitchenettes, extra large balconies with impressive panoramic mountain and city skyline views and high-speed resident elevators. There are two different studio floor plans of about 600 sf plus 100 square foot balconies now starting from about $650,000 on up, and a 1200 sf corner one bedroom floor plan starting from approximately $1,350,000. The first tower sold out in record time, but there are still premium units remaining in the second tower right on Las Vegas Boulevard that have just been released.
This is one of the few Las Vegas high rise condos that actually has a Las Vegas Boulevard address and offers commanding views of the Las Vegas Strip.
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