Four Seasons Begins Purchase And Sales Agreement Phase
Hello everyone! I, Lynn Stringer, am thrilled to announce that the Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas has entered into the purchase and sales agreement phase of the project. This is the first high-rise project to be built in Las Vegas (Henderson) since the 2008 housing crisis. Additionally, this phase of sales marks the beginning of hard contracts. That means reservation time is over. Prospective buyers will now be required to put down non-refundable deposits. For anyone wondering what the deposit schedule looks like feel free to call me at 702-592-9841.
This Is An Important Project
This is big news not only for Sin City, but the United States as a whole. Seeing world-class brands building condos on this level is something special. And if you stay tuned until the end of this blog, I will give you a TEASER of something that is coming. For now, it’s all about Four Seasons.
About Four Seasons Private Residence Las Vegas
The Four Seasons Private Residences is an exceptional real estate resort, a product of the world-renowned Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG) architecture firm.
- Located in MacDonald Highlands
- Project budget: $1.3 billion
- Completion expected in 2026
With two towers standing 24 and 25 stories high, the project will house approximately 171 total condominiums. Residents can anticipate breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip and McCullough mountain range.
Residential Condo Units & Penthouses
The condos and penthouses at Four Seasons Private Residences are indeed a sight to behold.
- Two-, three-, and four-bedroom condos from 2,300 to 7,300 sq. ft.
- Terraces from 500 to 5,000 sq. ft.
- Junior Penthouses from 4,500 to 5,500 sq. ft.
- Penthouses from 7,000 to 7,500 sq. ft.
- Outdoor areas on junior and full penthouses from 1,200 to 4,000 sq. ft.
Pricing for Junior Penthouse and Penthouse units are available upon request. Also, I have several floor plans and floor plates right here in this blog for your reference. I did not upload every floorplan. If you want to see other floorplans from this project let me know.
A Luxury High-Rise Community
Living at the Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas extends beyond your living quarters.
- 24-hour concierge, chef service, resident wine cellar
- Private dining room, lounge with Strip and mountain range views
- Valet, security, semi-private elevators, private garages
- Screening room, event lawn, pet spa, auto spa, multi-level resort pool
- Cabanas, library, room service, fitness lounge
This high-rise project will add something new (and needed) to the Vegas skyline. Most importantly, it will be a stellar place to live! The Strip. Raiders games. Gaming. I might have to buy one.
Dragon Ridge Country Club & Noble Heights
As a resident, you can access world-class members-only Dragon Ridge Country Club and Noble Heights, a restaurant and wine bar.
- Dragon Ridge Country Club known for golf, swim, and tennis club
- Noble Heights led by Elizabeth Blau and chef Kim Canteenwalla of Blau & Associates
Intrigued by these luxury condos? Don’t hesitate to contact me for more floor plans, details on the project, or assistance with registration at the project.
A Major Milestone
This is indeed a momentous occasion not just for MacDonald Highlands, but also for Las Vegas and the city of Henderson. It makes me happy to see luxury high-rise projects popping up in our city again. So many people thought this wouldn’t happen for another decade. I’ll have to write a full blog on how hard it is to get a high-rise project greenlit. And when you add in a name such as Four Seasons? It’s game on.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q – What is the big news about Four Seasons Private Residences?
The Four Seasons Private Residences in Las Vegas has officially entered into the purchase and sales agreement phase. In plain terms, it means reservations are converting to hard contracts. Exciting, right?
Q- What makes this project so special?
Well, this isn’t just the first high-rise project in Las Vegas since MGM MIRAGE City Center, it is also a return of super high-end luxury condos to the valley.
Q – What’s the scoop on the Four Seasons Private Residences?
Designed by Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG), these residences are part of a $1.3 billion project expected to complete in 2026. With two towers, one 24- and one 25-story building, it promises 171 total condos with captivating views of Las Vegas Strip and McCullough mountain range.
Q – What kind of units does Four Seasons Private Residences offer?
There are regular condos, Junior Penthouses, and Penthouses. Condos offer two to four bedrooms and terraces, with sizes ranging widely. Junior Penthouses and Penthouses offer larger living spaces and outdoor areas. Curious about the prices? Just give me a call at 702-592-9841.
Q – What amenities can I expect in this luxury high-rise community?
Oh, the list is long! Concierge and chef service, resident wine cellar, private dining room, a lounge with Strip and mountain views, semi-private elevators, and private garages. There’s even a pet and auto spa! Plus, residents have access to Dragon Ridge Country Club and the Noble Heights restaurant and wine bar. Yum.
Q – Is this good news for Las Vegas?
Yes. This is not just solid news for MacDonald Highlands but also for Las Vegas and the city of Henderson. We’re thrilled to see luxury condos rise again. Plus, there’s another high-rise project announcement coming soon… stay tuned!
Q – How can I get more information or register for the project?
I’m your go-to person for all things Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas. Feel free to contact me for more floor plans, project details, or help with registration. Contact me directly at call me at 702-592-9841.
Lastly, In Closing
I am happy to see Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas hit this stage. As a real estate broker who loves her city, I waited a long time for today. And it gets even better. Stay tuned for another exciting high-rise project announcement in a major area of Las Vegas. I can’t say more than that. But yes, another high-rise project is going to be announced soon. Please keep checking back, as I will break the news when given the green light.