CAVU Las Vegas embodies the ideal environment for architects and dreamers whose life’s goals to sleep, eat, and play don’t require them to leave the comfort of home.
This 13,255-square-foot property—now on the market for $12.5 million—features thoughtful amenities on each of the three floors dedicated to a luxe lifestyle.
Las Vegas, known for the Las Vegas Strip and the infamous “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” slogan, has outlasted as one of the top U.S. attractions for nightlife. But since the recent availability of the nine-year project, CAVU Las Vegas—a residence designed by Sin City’s top resort architects Jon Sparer and John Klai, along with Eric Strain of Assemblage Studio—real estate heads have been spinning for a different reason.
The highlights of CAVU are traced in the meticulous details such as the “slits and slots” motif of pocket doors disappearing into walls, rectangular skylights slicing through the interior, and the 140-foot, zinc-paneled roof structure the size of a Boeing 747 wing that shades and deflects heat for the master retreat.
“We design resorts,” says Sparer. “So it became about creating the perfect entertaining home—envisioning the best layout and efficiencies to allow us to have 200-400 people here and still have our own private space.”
On the main floor, try your hand in an imported Italian kitchen, explore a library tucked away behind a hidden bookcase door, or mingle among the seven fire features outside.
CAVU sates appetite, curiosity, and temptation in the privacy of one’s home. Revel, especially, in the lower level of CAVU featuring a home cinema with automated sound-dampening curtains, two Brunswick bowling lanes with custom “cosmic bowling” lighting by David Singer, a massage station, steam room, and full service bar with 1,800+ bottle wine cellar.