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Northcap offers Mandarin Oriental penthouse for $4.3 million

Northcap has reduced the price of a fully furnished Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas penthouse by nearly $1 million.

The 42nd-floor penthouse features motorized shades and drapes, designer furnishings throughout, wood floors, kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and Strip views from every room. It’s listed at $4,299,000. For more information or to schedule a private viewing of the property visit www.Mandarin

The Residences at Mandarin Oriental were designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and residential interior architect Page + Steele with contemporary interiors by Kay Lang & Associates.

“Our goal for The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas was to set a new benchmark for luxury living in one of the world’s most spectacular cities,” said Tony Dennis, executive vice president of CityCenter Residential Division.

Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas serves as a gateway to CityCenter. It mixes the prestige of an internationally renowned resort brand and its amenities with a world-class hotel and residential experience, Dennis said.

The 47-story tower at the forefront of CityCenter houses 227 residences. The Mandarin Penthouse Collection includes two- and three-bedroom units, ranging from 2,065 to 3,900 square feet.

Residents of the nongaming and nonsmoking hotel have access to its amenities such as fine dining, spa, salon, pools and fitness center.

With a focus on environmental consideration, the design of Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas’ façade will reduce solar heat gain while maintaining visual appeal. Sophisticated lighting and thermal comfort controls will enhance the experience for residents and guests.
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas was designed to save an estimated 3.5 million gallons of water annually, equating to a savings of 35 percent within the building versus existing building codes.

Residences feature high ceilings, expansive picture windows, stained hardwood flooring, ambient lighting, spacious bedrooms and spa-style bathrooms with a modern free-standing tub, walk-in shower and separate powder room with custom wood vanity.

Kitchens are appointed with European-style cabinetry, designer fixtures, stainless steel appliances and wine storage.

CityCenter owners will enjoy privileged access to the full spectrum of MGM Resorts International properties in Las Vegas. Benefits include VIP treatment and preferred access to MGM Mirage’s resorts, restaurants, entertainment, special events, nightlife, shopping, golf and spa offerings, including in-home spa treatments.

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