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Club Renaissance

625 South Casino Center Boulevard
Las Vegas NV United States

Status:cancelled
Construction Dates
  Intended completion date2008
Floor Count60
Floor Area640,080 m²
Units / Rooms912
Building Uses
 - residential
 - office
 - parking garage
 - retail
 - fitness center
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - postmodern
Materials
 - glass
 - aluminium
 - concrete

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof705 ftMark Vaghei, AIA, Atelier V: Architecture, 6/30/2006
to top of structure
Main roof685 ftMark Vaghei, AIA, Atelier V: Architecture, 6/30/2006
to highest roof deck

Description
• Architect: Atelier V: Architecture
• Developer: Club Renaissance Partners

• Cost: $400 million

• Ground was broken on the Club Renaissance February 13, 2006 but the project was eventually cancelled.

• Had it been completed, this would have been the tallest all-residential building west of the Mississippi River.

• The first 11 floors will be an above-ground parking structure. The 12th floor will be a Sky Lobby.

• Built within Downtown Las Vegas, (The City of Las Vegas) it would have been the 4nd tallest building in the Las Vegas area, counting the Stratosphere Tower.

• Club Renaissance was one of the most luxurious yet cheapest high-rise condos planned in Las Vegas. Prices started at $149,000, but due to riseing construction costs, the lowest prices were in the $400,000's.

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