The Martin to unveil new design


A luxury high-rise will show off its new redesign at The Martin Redux Event 5-8 p.m. March 14.

It also will launch its Effortless Ownership Program, which offers concierge, valet and round-the-clock white-glove service.

 This special event will feature a champagne reception, guest appearances by local elected officials and tours of the furnished model homes and amenity collection.

Visitors can experience The Martin lifestyle with complimentary cocktails in the newly completed Library Lounge, a poolside barbecue, Zumba sessions with personal trainers and an introduction to the on-site concierge.

The design team that received acclaim for Viceroy, Santa Monica and Palm Springs, headed up The Martin's $3 million contemporary redesign. Highlights include a completely redesigned porte cochere, lobby, library and garden lounges, spa and steam room, renovated pool with semiprivate cabanas, fitness and yoga studio, business center and dramatic entry lobby.

 Floor plans for the condominiums range from 1,035 to 1,962 square feet. Each of the 374 one- and two-bedroom layouts capture dramatic views of the Strip.

The interiors also are adorned with designer appliances, chic materials, warm woods and natural stones.  

 The Martin is selling residences priced from the $200,000s to more than $1.5 million. Penthouses range from $1.3 to $7 million. Fully furnished turnkey homes are available.

The Martin sales gallery is open daily from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and by appointment at 4471 Dean Martin Drive, entry off Jerry Lewis Way. More details are available at TheMartinLV.com or by calling 425.3801.

 

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