Rooms with a view: Park Towers penthouses showcases stately style, expansive vistas

Front-row seats to one of the most iconic New Year’s Eve celebrations in the world can be found in Park Towers.
And they can be yours for the asking price of $9,800,000.

Located in one of the two 20-story buildings at One Hughes Center Drive, unit 1902’s two-story penthouse offers stunning views of the High Roller, surrounding landmarks — and the spectacular New Year’s Eve fireworks display — through the curved floor-to-ceiling window in the main living area.

The suite’s contemporary design includes faux leather, faux alligator skin, silk-covered walls, custom herringbone-patterned Wenge hardwood flooring and natural Macore veneer woodwork.

Coffered ceilings and a subtle groove scored into
the walls create architectural interest throughout
the residence.

“There aren’t many homes in Las Vegas that have an international appeal built to the level of detail and quality this home is,” says listing agent Anthony Spiegel of Luxury Estates International. “The workmanship
is exquisite.”

The entry’s espresso door opens to a grand foyer with a 40-foot ceiling topped with a skylight that illuminates the entire space. A curved Macore wood staircase with stainless-steel railing leads to the upper level.

The entry continues into a formal living room, positioned between the family room and formal dining area.

“It’s a great home for entertaining,” says Nicole Roberts of Nicole Roberts Interiors, who designed two renovations for the current owner, who purchased the unit in 2005. “It is a very open floor plan but yet separate in a way that
offers privacy.”

Windows and balconies on both sides of the home have 180-degree views of the Strip and surrounding valley.

The gourmet kitchen features dark Wenge wood cabinetry with stainless-steel handles and cream-colored limestone flooring. A breakfast nook offers a casual dining option.

The upper-level master suite’s expansive curved window also showcases the Strip.

“The master suite sets itself apart from other homes,” Roberts says. “It is half the size of the upstairs, with every custom feature you would want.”

John Harman, general manager of Futures Building Company, oversaw renovations that included the master bedroom. The room, which was completely redone, has a custom, floor-to-ceiling vanilla Onyx-encased fireplace surround and Wenge hardwood flooring in a herringbone pattern that matches the formal living area. A separate sitting area, custom bar, crystal chandelier and side pendants continue the aesthetic.

Harmon converted half the dual master bath into a 330-square-foot, walk-in closet. During the renovation a commercial-grade Ambition 250 Super Power tanning booth was installed.

The 6,779-square-foot penthouse includes four bedrooms with a master suite, 4½ baths, an expansive office with custom built-ins and a digital stock market ticker, a movie theater, separate butler’s quarters, four balconies, two fireplaces, custom bars, a comprehensive home-automation system and a subterranean three-car garage.