This Las Vegas Penthouse Includes a Lamborghini and a Picasso

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A fabulous $22 million penthouse in Las Vegas is offering its next resident a very nice set of perks: a blazing fast car, access to local events, and a couple unique pieces of fine art.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the 6,230-square-foot condo located at the top of the 59-story Palms Place Hotel will include, among standard amenities, a two-year lease on a Lamborghini Huracan; an original lithograph of Pablo Picasso’s “Le Vieux Roi,” an etching of Salvador Dalí’s “Leaf Woman;” and two free tickets to select events at the nearby T-Mobile Arena for one year, says listing agent Camille Anderson, with Hilton & Hyland. The agent is cooperating with Lisa Sutton and Deven Chase of Sotheby’s International Realty.

The penthouse’s current owner Phil Maloof, whose family developed the tower and once owned a majority stake in the Sacramento Kings NBA franchise, tried to unload the ritzy unit for $38 million in 2014 with another brokerage. According to Anderson, the penthouse was listed once again for $29 million in April 2015 before leaving the market last month.

Outside of fast cars and art pieces, the four-bedroom, six-bedroom, 27,000-square-foot penthouse features an impressive suite of multimedia equipment, including an astounding 30 televisions, along with a DJ booth and a number of different sound systems. Moving outside, the penthouse even accommodates a helipad. The perfect space for hosting parties, the unit includes an outdoor entertaining space and a massive 20-person hot tub. The space also features 30-foot-tall ceilings and a private elevator.

The Maloof family completed the 599-unit hotel and condo project in 2008. It was designed by architect Jon Jerde. The penthouse in question has only been inhabited by Mr. Maloof, who says that he’s selling his condo in order to move to a house with a yard large enough to play with his German Shepherd. Maloof’s main enterprise is a supplement called “Never Too Hungover,” which promises to prevent hangovers if consumed before a night of heavy drinking.

Ms. Camille Anderson, a former actress, represents the listing with Hilton & Hyland.

Image courtesy of the Maloof family

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