Third Tower at Marriott’s Grand Chateau Tops Out; Court Approves Harmon Tower Demolition
- Aug 28, 2013
Thirteen months after breaking ground, Tutor Perini Building Corp. has topped out the 37-story third tower of Marriott’s Grand Chateau project.
According to Marriott Vacation Club, the property will begin to accommodate owners next summer. Comprising 223 one-, two- and three-bedroom units, the third tower will offer such amenities as a lobby-level lounge, a billiards area with electronic game tables, whirlpool spas, and a three-level parking deck. Upon completion, the third tower will bring the total number of units at Grand Chateau to more than 600.
Grand Chateau will feature contemporary-style villas with sizes ranging between 810 and 2,070 square feet. In-unit features will include granite countertops, fully equipped kitchens, stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, generous living space, multiple flat-panel LED TVs with Blu-Ray capabilities and WiFi access throughout. Grand Chateau’s three-bedroom villas can accommodate up to 10 guests.
Tutor-Saliba also figures prominently in the latest twist to another high-profile Las Vegas project. Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez ruled that MGM Grand will be permitted to tear down Harmon Tower, which Tutor-Saliba built as part of CityCenter, the Las Vegas Sun reported. Gonzalez’s decision follows a fourth series of tests on the troubled project. Demolition could start in 2014.
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