List of tallest buildings in Las Vegas

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Stratosphere Tower is the tallest observation tower in the United States
The Strip in 2010

The city of Las Vegas, Nevada and its surrounding unincorporated communities in the Las Vegas Valley are the sites of more than 160 high-rises,[1] 42 of which stand taller than 400 feet (122 m). The tallest structure in the city is the Stratosphere Tower, which rises 1,149 feet (350 m) just north of the Las Vegas Strip.[2] The tower is also the tallest observation tower in the United States.[3] Since the Stratosphere Tower is not fully habitable, however, it is not considered a building. The tallest building in Las Vegas is the Fontainebleau Resort Las Vegas, which rises 735 feet (224 m) and was topped out in early 2009. This building, however, is currently on hold.[4] The tallest completed building in the city is the 50-story Palazzo, which rises 642 feet (196 m) and was completed in 2007.[5]

The history of skyscrapers in Las Vegas began with the 1954 completion of the Castaways Hotel and Casino in Downtown Las Vegas; the 216-foot (66 m) structure stood as the tallest building in the city until 1961, and was demolished in 2006.[6] Beginning with the completion of the Diamond of the Dunes Tower in 1961, high-rise hotels began to become more concentrated on the Las Vegas Strip. The first high-rise hotel and casino resort to rise higher than 492 feet (150 m) was the 529-foot (161 m) New York-New York Hotel & Casino, completed in 1997.[7] Las Vegas entered into a skyscraper-building boom in the late 1990s that has continued to the present; of the city's 40 tallest skyscrapers, 39 were completed after 1997. As of 2012, the skyline of Las Vegas is ranked 66th in the world and 18th in the United States with 176 completed high-rises.[1]

In what is being dubbed a "Manhattanization wave",[8] there are over 30 skyscrapers that are proposed, approved or under construction in the city that are planned to rise over 400 feet (122 m) in height. The tallest building approved for the city is the World Jewelry Center, which is planned for construction in Downtown Las Vegas.[9] The 815-foot (248 m) tower is part of a proposal to construct a hub for the world's jewelry industry, across from World Market Center Las Vegas.[10] The tallest building under construction in Las Vegas is the Fontainebleau Resort Las Vegas, which has also been the tallest building in the city since its topping out in early 2009; construction on the building was suspended in mid-2009 and is currently on hold under owner Carl Icahn.[11]

Tallest buildings[edit]

This list ranks completed and topped out skyscrapers in Las Vegas that stand at least 400 feet (122 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details, but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed. Freestanding observation towers, while not habitable buildings, are included for comparison purposes but not ranked.

Many Las Vegas skyscrapers are located on the Las Vegas Strip, the majority of which is located outside the Las Vegas city limits. This list includes all skyscrapers which are included within the city limits of Las Vegas and the surrounding communities which use Las Vegas as an official address. The United States Postal Service uses "Las Vegas, NV" as the official mailing address for the unincorporated places of Paradise, Winchester, and Spring Valley,[12] and as such the distinction between the city and the surrounding communities is often not apparent.

Panorama View from The Strip
Panorama View from The Strip
RankNameImageHeight
ft (m)
FloorsYearCoordinatesNotes
[Note A]Stratosphere TowerGround-level view of a tall, concrete tower. The tower curves inward about 30 stories up, but then projects outward. Its uppermost section consists of a rounded, black glass platform and a large, thin spire.1,150 (350)112199636°8′50.59″N 115°9′19.40″W / 36.1473861°N 115.1553889°W / 36.1473861; -115.1553889Tallest observation tower in the United States, second-tallest in the Western Hemisphere after the CN Tower in Toronto; second-tallest free-standing structure in the U.S. west of the Mississippi River, after the Kennecott Smokestack in Utah; has been the tallest structure in Las Vegas since 1996.[2][3][13]
1Fontainebleau Resort Las Vegas*Ground-level view of an under construction 60-story building; The building's lower floors are covered in glass, but its upper 30 floors are unfinished and uncovered.735 (224)63201036°8′15.97″N 115°9′33.92″W / 36.1377694°N 115.1594222°W / 36.1377694; -115.1594222Construction on-hold since 2011; the Fontainebleau Resort was topped out in early 2009, becoming the tallest building in Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. Tallest building constructed in Las Vegas in the 2000s[4][14]
2The PalazzoGround-level view of a curved building with a tan facade. The building has dark windows and several protruding ledges at various points.642 (196)50200736°7′26.69″N 115°10′4.35″W / 36.1240806°N 115.1678750°W / 36.1240806; -115.1678750Tallest completed building in Las Vegas and Nevada; tallest hotel in Las Vegas[5][15]
3Trump International Hotel & Tower – Tower OneGround-level view of a building with a rectangular cross section and a golden glass facade640 (195)64200836°7′46.96″N 115°10′21.27″W / 36.1297111°N 115.1725750°W / 36.1297111; -115.1725750Tallest residential building in the city[16][17]
4Encore at Wynn Las VegasGround-level view of a convex, curved building; the building has a complete glass facade and is light brown in color.631 (192)63200836°7′46.4″N 115°9′52.92″W / 36.129556°N 115.1647000°W / 36.129556; -115.1647000[18][19]
5Wynn Las VegasWynn 2 (2).jpg614 (187)60200536°7′35.23″N 115°9′56.55″W / 36.1264528°N 115.1657083°W / 36.1264528; -115.1657083[20][21]
6=The Cosmopolitan Eastside TowerCosmopolitan Resort in 2010 from the east.610 (184)61201036°6′35.45″N 115°10′26.13″W / 36.1098472°N 115.1739250°W / 36.1098472; -115.1739250[22][23]
6=The Cosmopolitan Casino West End TowerCosmopolitan Resort from north in 2010.610 (184)61201036°6′35.45″N 115°10′26.13″W / 36.1098472°N 115.1739250°W / 36.1098472; -115.1739250[24][25]
8=Aria Resort & CasinoDistant ground-level view of 60-story tower; the building has a curved facade of blue glass. It is under construction, but nearly complete. Several unfinished buildings are visible around it.600 (183)54200936°6′28.15″N 115°10′37.41″W / 36.1078194°N 115.1770583°W / 36.1078194; -115.1770583Floors 40-49 are skipped due to superstition[26][27]
8=ElaraView of Elara tower Las Vegas from south.600 (183)56200936°6′30.65″N 115°10′7.75″W / 36.1085139°N 115.1688194°W / 36.1085139; -115.1688194[28][29]
10VdaraElevated view of a construction site; at center is the partially completed steel frame of a curved building. Several cranes and construction vehicles are visible.570 (169)57200936°6′34.02″N 115°10′40.66″W / 36.1094500°N 115.1779611°W / 36.1094500; -115.1779611[30][31]
11Mandarin Oriental, Las VegasGround level view of a 47-story building with a rectangular cross section and an all-glass facade; the building is still under construction, and a crane is visible on its roof.560 (171)47200936°6′22.32″N 115°10′27.83″W / 36.1062000°N 115.1743972°W / 36.1062000; -115.1743972[32][33]
[Note A]High RollerHigh Roller under construction in Las Vegas in September 2013550 (167)201436°7′3.55″N 115°10′5.61″W / 36.1176528°N 115.1682250°W / 36.1176528; -115.1682250Not a building, but included for comparison purposes; currently the world's tallest Ferris wheel.[34][35]
12Palms PlaceGround-level view of a 50-story building with a rectangular cross section and a grooved, all-glass facade550 (167)55200836°6′50.68″N 115°11′55.43″W / 36.1140778°N 115.1987306°W / 36.1140778; -115.1987306[36]
[Note A]Eiffel Tower at Paris Las VegasGround-level view of a steel tower; the tower is broad at its base, rising from four separate legs. It then tapers, with each leg meeting to form a single, latticework column. Three platforms are visible at various heights up the side of the structure.540 (165)54199936°6′44.88″N 115°10′20.23″W / 36.1124667°N 115.1722861°W / 36.1124667; -115.1722861Half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.[37][38]
13New York-New York Hotel & CasinoGround level view of a 50-story building that looks like a city skyline, forming several different towers of varying heights. A prominent copper statue holding a torch is visible at the front of the image. A roller coaster is also visible between the statue and the towers.529 (161)45199736°6′8.06″N 115°10′27.53″W / 36.1022389°N 115.1743139°W / 36.1022389; -115.1743139Tallest building constructed in Las Vegas in the 1990s[7][39]
14The MartinPanorama towers complex.513 (157)42200936°6′30.46″N 115°10′56.65″W / 36.1084611°N 115.1824028°W / 36.1084611; -115.1824028[40]
15Bellagio Resort & CasinoGround-level view of a broad, 40-story building; the structure is curved, and has a tan facade. A body of water is visible in the foreground.508 (155)36199836°6′47.16″N 115°10′35.52″W / 36.1131000°N 115.1765333°W / 36.1131000; -115.1765333[41][42]
16Sky Las VegasSky Las Vegas from the south.500 (152)45200736°8′19.53″N 115°9′41.1″W / 36.1387583°N 115.161417°W / 36.1387583; -115.161417[43][44]
17DelanoGround-level view of a V-shaped, 64-story building with a golden, all-glass facade; a palm tree is visible in the foreground, and it partially blocks the view of the skyscraper.485 (148)42200336°5′34.54″N 115°10′38.57″W / 36.0929278°N 115.1773806°W / 36.0929278; -115.1773806[45][46]
18Mandalay Bay Resort and CasinoGround-level view of a building with three thin towers that meet at a central point to form a Y-shape; each has a golden glass facade.480 (146)43199936°5′30.48″N 115°10′29.22″W / 36.0918000°N 115.1747833°W / 36.0918000; -115.1747833[47][48]
19=Turnberry Place – Tower IDistant ground-level view of four identical 40-story buildings; each structure has a white concrete facade with balconies at every floor level and a rounded roof.477 (145)38200136°8′26.39″N 115°9′11.24″W / 36.1406639°N 115.1531222°W / 36.1406639; -115.1531222[49][50]
19=Turnberry Place – Tower IIDistant ground-level view of four identical 40-story buildings; each structure has a white concrete facade with balconies at every floor level and a rounded roof.477 (145)38200236°8′26.39″N 115°9′11.24″W / 36.1406639°N 115.1531222°W / 36.1406639; -115.1531222[51][52]
19=Turnberry Place – Tower IIIDistant ground-level view of four identical 40-story buildings; each structure has a white concrete facade with balconies at every floor level and a rounded roof.477 (145)38200436°8′26.39″N 115°9′11.24″W / 36.1406639°N 115.1531222°W / 36.1406639; -115.1531222[53][54]
19=Turnberry Place – Tower IVDistant ground-level view of four identical 40-story buildings; each structure has a white concrete facade with balconies at every floor level and a rounded roof.477 (145)38200636°8′26.39″N 115°9′11.24″W / 36.1406639°N 115.1531222°W / 36.1406639; -115.1531222[55][56]
23=The Signature at MGM Grand – Tower IGround level view of three towers; the one farthest to the left is complete, and has an all-white facade with balconies and light windows. The two buildings on the right are both under construction; the middle tower is nearly complete, with some concrete still exposed and a crane on the roof. The tower farthest to the right is also incomplete and has about 10 stories of framework constructed.475 (145)38200636°6′24.66″N 115°9′59.18″W / 36.1068500°N 115.1664389°W / 36.1068500; -115.1664389[57][58]
23=The Signature at MGM Grand – Tower IIGround level view of three towers; the one farthest to the left is complete, and has an all-white facade with balconies and light windows. The two buildings on the right are both under construction; the middle tower is nearly complete, with some concrete still exposed and a crane on the roof. The tower farthest to the right is also incomplete and has about 10 stories of framework constructed.475 (145)38200636°6′24.66″N 115°9′59.18″W / 36.1068500°N 115.1664389°W / 36.1068500; -115.1664389[59][60]
23=The Signature at MGM Grand – Tower IIIGround level view of three towers; the one farthest to the left is complete, and has an all-white facade with balconies and light windows. The two buildings on the right are both under construction; the middle tower is nearly complete, with some concrete still exposed and a crane on the roof. The tower farthest to the right is also incomplete and has about 10 stories of framework constructed.475 (145)38200736°6′24.66″N 115°9′59.18″W / 36.1068500°N 115.1664389°W / 36.1068500; -115.1664389[61][62]
23=The VenetianDistant ground-level view of a V-shaped building with a brick and tan facade and dark windows. Two shorter buildings with similar appearances are visible in the distance. A tall brick tower with a steep, green, pyramid-shaped roof is in the foreground.475 (145)36199936°7′17.83″N 115°10′9.29″W / 36.1216194°N 115.1692472°W / 36.1216194; -115.1692472[63][64]
27Allure Las Vegas – Tower IAllure Las Vegas tower one in Las Vegas.466 (142)41200736°8′38.46″N 115°9′32.6″W / 36.1440167°N 115.159056°W / 36.1440167; -115.159056[65][66]
28Palms Fantasy TowerDistant ground-level view of two buildings. The tower on the right is more prominent, and has a semicircular, glass roof with a concrete and glass facade. The building on the left has a modern, all-glass facade with a similar curved roof design.458 (140)40200636°6′50.09″N 115°11′40.29″W / 36.1139139°N 115.1945250°W / 36.1139139; -115.1945250[67][68]
29=Turnberry Towers – Tower IGround-level view of a 45-story tower at night; the building, which is lit up, has a rectangular cross section and a white facade.453 (138)45200736°8′26.39″N 115°9′11.24″W / 36.1406639°N 115.1531222°W / 36.1406639; -115.1531222[69][70]
29=Turnberry Towers – Tower IIGround-level view of a 45-story tower at night; the building, which is lit up, has a rectangular cross section and a white facade.453 (138)45200836°8′26.39″N 115°9′11.24″W / 36.1406639°N 115.1531222°W / 36.1406639; -115.1531222[71][72]
31Caesars Palace – Palace TowerGround-level view of a 30-story skyscraper at night; the building, which is lit up, has a rectangular cross section and a white facade.435 (133)29199836°7′0.35″N 115°10′37.95″W / 36.1167639°N 115.1772083°W / 36.1167639; -115.1772083[73][74]
32=Veer Towers WestView of the twin Veers Towers complex from the west.433 (129)37201036°6′26.92″N 115°10′30.23″W / 36.1074778°N 115.1750639°W / 36.1074778; -115.1750639[75]
32=Veer Towers EastView of the twin Veers Towers complex from the west.433 (129)37201036°6′26.4″N 115°10′27.74″W / 36.107333°N 115.1743722°W / 36.107333; -115.1743722[76]
32=Masquerade TowerDistant ground-level view of an all-glass tower; the tower has several setbacks near its roof. The glass is mostly a dark blue color, but some windows are tinted red to form a stripe down the side of the building. A prominent "Rio" sign is visible in the foreground.510 (129)51199736°6′57.67″N 115°11′11.5″W / 36.1160194°N 115.186528°W / 36.1160194; -115.186528[77][78]
32=Palms Casino ResortDistant ground-level view of two buildings. The tower on the right is more prominent, and has a semicircular, glass roof with a concrete and glass facade. The building on the left has a modern, all-glass facade with a similar curved roof design.423 (129)42200136°6′53.61″N 115°11′38.63″W / 36.1148917°N 115.1940639°W / 36.1148917; -115.1940639[79][80]
36=Marriott's Grand ChateauMarriotts Grand Chateau tower view from west in Las Vegas.420 (128)37200836°6′27.68″N 115°10′10.07″W / 36.1076889°N 115.1694639°W / 36.1076889; -115.1694639Structure has 4 wings, all the same height to be built in 4 phases, with two completed and open and two pending.[81][82]
36=Panorama Tower IPanorama towers complex.420 (128)33200636°6′26.97″N 115°10′57.11″W / 36.1074917°N 115.1825306°W / 36.1074917; -115.1825306[83][84]
36=Panorama Tower IIPanorama towers complex.420 (128)33200736°6′23.97″N 115°10′57.34″W / 36.1066583°N 115.1825944°W / 36.1066583; -115.1825944[85][86]
39Hilton Grand Vacations Club – Tower 2Distant ground-level view of a curved building with a white, concrete facade and dark, blue-tinted windows. Monorail tracks are visible in the foreground.405 (123)39200636°8′23.9″N 115°9′38.78″W / 36.139972°N 115.1607722°W / 36.139972; -115.1607722[87][88]
40=The D Las VegasGround-level view of the front entrance to the casino when it was called Fitzgeralds; a very prominent, colorful sign features a rainbow and a pot-of-gold. There are slot machines inside the building, and glass windows and part of a skyscraper are visible above the sign.400 (122)34197936°10′11.33″N 115°8′33.59″W / 36.1698139°N 115.1426639°W / 36.1698139; -115.1426639Tallest building in Downtown Las Vegas; tallest building constructed in Las Vegas in the 1970s[89]
40=Planet Hollywood Resort & CasinoGround-level view of a sharp corner of a V-shaped building; the tower has a light tan facade with dark blue windows.400 (122)39200036°6′35.89″N 115°10′16.94″W / 36.1099694°N 115.1713722°W / 36.1099694; -115.1713722[90][91]

* indicates building is still under construction, but has been topped out

Four-segment panorama of the Cosmopolitan, Bellagio, and Caesars Palace (left to right) from the Las Vegas Strip, across from the Bellagio fountains.
Four-segment panorama of the Cosmopolitan, Bellagio, and Caesars Palace (left to right) from the Las Vegas Strip, across from the Bellagio fountains.

Tallest under construction, proposed, and approved[edit]

Under construction[edit]

This lists buildings that are under construction in Las Vegas and are planned to rise at least 400 feet (122 m). Under construction buildings that have already been topped out are also included.

NameImageHeight
ft (m)
FloorsYear
(est.)
CoordinatesNotes
Fontainebleau Resort Las VegasGround-level view of an under construction 63-story building.735 (224)6336°8′15.97″N 115°9′33.92″W / 36.1377694°N 115.1594222°W / 36.1377694; -115.1594222Since it was topped out in early 2009, the Fontainebleau Resort has been the tallest building in Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. Construction has been suspended since mid-2009, restart date has not been announced by owner Carl Icahn.[4][11][14]
Resorts World Las Vegas Tower IResorts World Las Vegas679 (206)57201636°8′0.07″N 115°9′57.63″W / 36.1333528°N 115.1660083°W / 36.1333528; -115.1660083On-hold; construction has been suspended since 2008 when the property was under the Echelon name, restart date planned for late 2014-early 2015.[92][93][94]
Resorts World Las Vegas Tower IIResorts World Las Vegas50201636°8′0.07″N 115°9′57.63″W / 36.1333528°N 115.1660083°W / 36.1333528; -115.1660083[95]
Resorts World Las Vegas Tower IIIResorts World Las Vegas49201636°8′0.07″N 115°9′57.63″W / 36.1333528°N 115.1660083°W / 36.1333528; -115.1660083[96]
Resorts World Las Vegas Tower IVResorts World Las Vegas44201636°8′0.07″N 115°9′57.63″W / 36.1333528°N 115.1660083°W / 36.1333528; -115.1660083[97]
The St. Regis Residences at the Venetian PalazzoSt Regis Tower from west in 2010.632 (193)4336°7′24.21″N 115°10′12.52″W / 36.1233917°N 115.1701444°W / 36.1233917; -115.1701444Construction of this building is on hold; would stand as the tallest residential building in Las Vegas upon completion[98][99]
Skyvue Las Vegas Super WheelSkyvue under construction in August 2012500 (152)201536°5′35.01″N 115°10′19.12″W / 36.0930583°N 115.1719778°W / 36.0930583; -115.1719778Construction on hold. Not a building, but included for comparison purposes; will be the second-tallest Ferris wheel in the city if completed[100][101][102]
Harmon HotelHarmon hotel tower from the west.446 (136)4036°6′31.55″N 115°10′25.32″W / 36.1087639°N 115.1737000°W / 36.1087639; -115.1737000In late 2008, work on the Harmon Hotel/Condo Tower was stopped after inspectors discovered construction defects: county inspectors discovered improper installation of (rebar) after 15 stories of the building had already been erected.[103] Due to the delay and alterations to the design, the building has been delayed past the other CityCenter projects and was scheduled to be finished in late 2010,[103][104] but is now planned to be torn down.[105][106]
Marriott's Grand ChateauMarriotts Grand Chateau tower view from west in Las Vegas.420 (128)37201436°6′27.68″N 115°10′10.07″W / 36.1076889°N 115.1694639°W / 36.1076889; -115.1694639Structure has 4 wings, with the third wing currently under construction.[81][82]

Approved[edit]

This lists buildings that are approved for construction in Las Vegas and are planned to rise at least 400 feet (122 m).

NameHeight
ft (m)
FloorsYear
(est.)
Notes
World Jewelry Center815 (248)572011The World Jewelry Center would stand as the tallest building and second-tallest structure in Las Vegas upon completion. Would also be the tallest commercial building in the area.[9][107][108]
Planet Hollywood Westgate Tower II600 (183)502009[28][29]
Trump International Hotel & Tower – Tower Two623 (190)642011Considered to be a stale proposal[109][110]
Symphony Park Resort and Casino592 (180)472015[111]
Sahara and Las Vegas Blvd Retail Center and Casino546 (166)32015For comparison purposes, this project features only three floors, but will include a 546 ft tall led sign.[112]

Timeline of tallest buildings[edit]

This lists buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Las Vegas as well as the current titleholder, the Fontainebleau Resort Las Vegas. The Stratosphere Tower has been the tallest free-standing structure in the city since its 1996 completion,[2] but since it is not a fully habitable building it is not included in this list.

NameImageStreet addressYears as tallestHeight
ft (m)
FloorsCoordinatesReference
Castaways Hotel and Casino2800 Fremont Street1954–1961216 (66)1936°9′14.61″N 115°6′46.91″W / 36.1540583°N 115.1130306°W / 36.1540583; -115.1130306[6]
Diamond of the Dunes Tower OneGround-level view of a 20-story skyscraper; the building has a tan facade with balconies on every floor level. A prominent sign with the word "Dunes" is in the foreground, and a circular low-rise building with an all-glass facade is visible to the right of the image.3650 Las Vegas Boulevard South1961–1969276 (84)2436°6′46.31″N 115°10′26.13″W / 36.1128639°N 115.1739250°W / 36.1128639; -115.1739250[113]
Las Vegas HiltonDistant ground-level view of a curved building with a white, concrete facade and dark, blue-tinted windows. Monorail tracks are visible in the foreground.3000 Paradise Road South1969–1979375 (114)3036°8′10.98″N 115°9′6.3″W / 36.1363833°N 115.151750°W / 36.1363833; -115.151750[114]
Fitzgeralds Casino Hotel Las VegasGround-level view of the front entrance to a casino; a very prominent, colorful sign features a rainbow and a pot-of-gold. There are slot machines inside the building, and glass windows and part of a skyscraper are visible above the sign.301 Fremont Street1979–1997400 (122)3436°10′11.33″N 115°8′33.59″W / 36.1698139°N 115.1426639°W / 36.1698139; -115.1426639[89]
New York-New York Hotel & CasinoGround level view of a 50-story building that looks like a city skyline, forming several different towers of varying heights. A prominent copper statue holding a torch is visible at the front of the image. A roller coaster is also visible between the statue and the towers.3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South1997–2005529 (161)4936°6′8.06″N 115°10′27.53″W / 36.1022389°N 115.1743139°W / 36.1022389; -115.1743139[7]
Wynn Las VegasGround-level view of a thin, curved building with a brown glass facade3145 Las Vegas Boulevard South2005–2007614 (187)4836°7′35.23″N 115°9′56.55″W / 36.1264528°N 115.1657083°W / 36.1264528; -115.1657083[21]
The PalazzoGround-level view of a curved building with a tan facade. The building has dark windows and several protruding ledges at various points.3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South2007–2009642 (196)5336°7′26.69″N 115°10′4.35″W / 36.1240806°N 115.1678750°W / 36.1240806; -115.1678750[15]
Fontainebleau Resort Las VegasThe Fontainebleau Resort under construction in 2009 from the south.2755 Las Vegas Boulevard South2009–present735 (224)6336°8′15.97″N 115°9′33.92″W / 36.1377694°N 115.1594222°W / 36.1377694; -115.1594222[14]

Notes[edit]

A. ^ a b According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, freestanding observation towers are not considered to be buildings, as they are not fully habitable structures. These structures are included for comparative purposes.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Cities: Highrises". SkyscraperPage.com. Retrieved 2009-07-21. 
  2. ^ a b c "Stratosphere Tower". Emporis.com. Retrieved 2009-07-21. 
  3. ^ a b "The Stratosphere". Las Vegas Sun. Retrieved 2009-08-01. 
  4. ^ a b c "Fontainebleau Resort Hotel". Emporis.com. Retrieved 2007-11-30. 
  5. ^ a b "The Palazzo". Emporis.com. Retrieved 2007-11-30. 
  6. ^ a b "Castaways Hotel and Casino". SkyscraperPage.com. Retrieved 2009-07-21. 
  7. ^ a b c "New York New York Hotel & Casino". SkyscraperPage.com. Retrieved 2007-12-01. 
  8. ^ "Road Warrior: Las Vegas' 'Manhattanization' could take toll on streets". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Retrieved 2007-09-01. 
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