Turnberry Towers

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Turnberry Towers Las Vegas

The Turnberry Towers is a luxury residential condominium community in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is a development of Turnberry Ltd.[1] It consists of an East Tower and West Tower and they are both 453 ft (138 m) tall and have 45 floors. The community was originally conceived as the Madison Towers, and were going to be have four short towers. Each tower now consists of 318 units for a total of 636 homes. Architect Robert M. Swedroe designed the buildings, which are tied as the 20th tallest in Las Vegas.[citation needed]

The Towers sit on 10 acres of land just one block from the Las Vegas Strip [2] The property is also within close proximity to two Las Vegas Monorail stations.

Property Features:[3][4]

  • Swimming Pools
  • Tennis Courts
  • Putting Green
  • Dog Park
  • Gated Community
  • 24 Hour Concierge Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Parking Garage with Valet

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Coordinates: 36°08′27″N 115°09′07″W / 36.1409°N 115.1520°W / 36.1409; -115.1520