Panorama Towers

Panorama Towers, Las Vegas-Nevada - United States, Klai Juba Architects
Construction year: 2006
Address: 4525 Dean Martin Dr | LAS VEGAS-NEVADA | United States
Latitude/Longitude: 36.10718, -115.18219

Panorama Towers is a high-rise residential condominium complex located in Paradise, Nevada. Developed by Laurence Hallier and Andrew Sasson, the $600 million aqua-blue glass 635-unit complex sits on 8.5 acres on Dean Martin Drive and is centrally located across from the Las Vegas Strip 1/4 mile from CityCenter.

With the opening of the Tower I in 2006, the 420 ft structure was the 16th tallest in Las Vegas Valley at the time of construction and is currently ranked 35th along with the Marriott’s Grand Chateau.

Panorama Towers hired renowned Vegas-based architecture firm Klai Juba whose previous work on Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand and Hard Rock Casino transformed the city’s landscape. Their iconic aqua-blue glass towers has been nominated and won numerous awards from the design, construction and excellence service of the complex. Among the many honors was “The Best of Las Vegas’ architecture award by the editors of the Las Vegas Review Journal, and ‘High-Rise of the Year’ by the Community Associations Institute.

Fueled by a large demand, Tower I sold out in 12 weeks and Tower II, which opened in 2007, sold 98% of the units within 6 months.

An additional 44 floor tower named ‘Panorama Towers North’ was built in 2009 and later was spun off as a separate property renamed The Martin.

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