Nothing evokes luxury living more than a high-rise condominium with an expansive view. In Las Vegas, there are mountain views in the daytime and the bright lights of the Strip after dark.
Back in 1961, high-rise hotels become more concentrated on the Las Vegas Strip. The first high-rise hotel and casino resort that rose higher than 492 feet was the 529-foot New York-New York Hotel & Casino. When it was completed in 1997, Las Vegas was entering a skyscraper-building boom that has continued to the present day. Nearly forty of the city’s highest soaring skyscrapers came after 1997. In 2012, the Las Vegas skyline ranked 66th in the world. It is ranked 18th in the United States with more than 175 completed high-rises.
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