World-renowned nature photographer, Peter Lik, brings his unique perspective of the outdoors to his fully furnished residence at the iconic Veer Towers in Las Vegas. When he started his career in photography over 30 years ago, Lik first moved to Las Vegas in the mid-nineties, opening LIK USA and his first gallery in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace in 2005.
His wildly successful career in photography has kept his photographs in high demand around the world, with a record setting photo selling in 2011 for $6.5 million, one of the highest prices on record for a photograph.
Veer Towers was an obvious attraction for Lik, who was immediately drawn to the floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding desert. This top floor luxury penthouse with over 3,300 square feet of living space was designed entirely by Peter Lik. With over $800,000 in finishes and furnishings, this penthouse also includes 17 photographs throughout the home shot by Lik himself.
Veer Towers, in the heart of MGM Resorts International’s CityCenter, boasts one of the most exclusive addresses in Las Vegas. Completed in 2010, these two towers are steps away from some of the world’s best destination shopping, restaurants and entertainment, including the Las Vegas Golden Knights professional hockey team at T-Mobile Arena and a new stadium that will serve as the future home of the Las Vegas Raiders.
Las Vegas’ high rise condo market is on the upswing as new projects are announced on and around the Strip, including MGM Resorts International’s $450 million renovation of the Monte Carlo hotel. Across the street, Wynn Las Vegas will be adding Paradise Park, a $1.5 billion dollar addition that will take over what is now the Wynn golf course; demolition and construction begins in early 2018.