The Veer residential condos will be ideally located in the center of
the MGM CityCenter's retail district. There will be over 500,000
square feet of fabulous boutiques, clubs, theaters, shops and
gourmet restaurants for residents to choose from, truly allowing
them to live, play and work without ever leaving the development.
The two distinctive leaning glass towers will rise 360 feet and
house more than 700 modern loft-like residences. The building's
surface will feature horizontal metal blades that slowly change
color during the day and that will shade floor-to-ceiling windows
from the burning Las Vegas heat. The design will challenge engineers
working on the project, but residents will enjoy less obstructed
views than would be possible in a more conventional high rise.
The towers are the creation of noted German architect Helmut Jahn,
known for sleek, ultramodern exteriors and unusual shapes. Jahn said
he welcomes the chance to ply his trade in a town that encourages
the unexpected. "I don't think we could have done this in Chicago or
New York," where urban, residential construction follows a fairly
conservative pattern, he said.
MGM Mirage thinks the leaning tower design creates the kind of
bold look the company wanted as a visual gateway into CityCenter.
"The angling creates a sense of motion" as well as more openness and
light, said Tony Dennis, executive vice president of CityCenter's
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