Trump Tower Las Vegas
High-rise real estate
Trump Tower, Las Vegas Resales
Focused search reflecting only those homes currently listed for sale in this community. Note that I have been able to remove homes in “contingent” status from the search results. The results you receive by clicking on the link above should produce only currently available properties. This information is updated every 24 hours.
Below is a showcase of some of the currently listed properties in Trump Tower, Las Vegas. This information is updated every 24 hours.
Resale list prices range from $359 per sq. ft. to $1,125 per sq. ft. and average $535 per sq. ft. at the time of this writing, June 29, 2016. HOA fees vary a great deal, depending on the size of unit. I see an average of around .85 per sq. ft. Resales over the last 6 months reflect 15 units sold at prices ranging from $165,000 to $320,000 with unit sizes ranging from 533 to 910 sq. ft.
The first Trump Tower is 64 floors and has 1,282 hotel-condominium units including 880 studio and 352 one bedroom suites on the 16th through 59th floors and 50 deluxe one, two and three bedroom penthouse suites on the upper five floors. Homes sizes range in size from 550 square feet for a studio up to 3,000 square feet for three bedroom. The project will be a condo-hotel. Owners can elect to have their units rented out when not in use through the Hotel operations or an outside agency.
Many unsold units are being rented out much the same as conventional hotel rooms.
Unit amenities will feature plasma televisions, European-style kitchens, sub-zero appliances, owner lock out closets, floor to ceiling windows and large bathrooms with custom-designed vanities, twin sinks and marble countertops. Master bath also includes a spa tub. Entryways and bathrooms will feature Italian marble floors.
Development amenities include valet parking, on site security staff, private spa, outdoor pool, sundeck, poolside bistro, health club, steam room & sauna, gourmet restaurant, business center, 24 hr concierge service, conference/meeting facility and on site security staff.
Donald Trump got a lock on construction prices for the first tower in 2005. It is estimated that his construction costs of a 2nd tower will be 60% higher than for the first. Much will probably depend on the time frame for the $6 billion version of New York City’s Plaza Hotel complex planned for a neighboring 34.5-acre parcel on which the demolished New Frontier once stood. This property is adjacent to Trump’s, on the Strip. All this development has been on hold for many years now. The parcel to the north mentioned above has recently changed hands and there is now some tentative development in the works.
Other condo hotel options include Platinum, MGM Grand Residences Turnberry, Palms Place, Vdara at City Center and possibly The Cosmopolitan.
This is a caveat I would apply to all those local high-rise communities still selling new. There may be some jeopardy here. See my concerns on my high-rise directory page