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Facts

Official Name Mandarin Oriental Hotel Las Vegas
Name of Complex CityCenter
Other Names Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country United States
City Las Vegas
Street Address & Map 3752 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Postal Code 89109
Building Function residential / hotel
Structural Material steel/concrete
Energy Label LEED Gold
Proposed 2006
Construction Start 2007
Completion 2009
Official Website City Center Las Vegas
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
City Ranking #10 Tallest in Las Vegas

Companies Involved

Owner Infinity World Development Corporation; MGM Mirage
Developer Infinity World Development Corporation; MGM Mirage Design Group
Architect
Design Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Architect of Record Adamson Associates
Structural Engineer
Design Halcrow Yolles
MEP Engineer
Design WSP Flack + Kurtz
Main Contractor Perini Corporation
Other Consultant
Façade Far East Aluminum Works Co., Ltd.; Vidaris, Inc.
• Property Management Hilton Hotels

About Mandarin Oriental Hotel Las Vegas

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Las Vegas contains a hotel and branded condominium tower on top of a multi-use base with ballroom and retail functions. The project is prominently sited on Las Vegas Boulevard situated within the new CityCenter mixed-use development. This unique context affords the project two distinct opportunities: on a macro level, the building acts as a gateway into Las Vegas; on the micro level, the building conveys a sense of seclusion for hotel guests, creating a city within a city.

The façade is a layered interlocking motif of vertical aluminum panels and high-performance, low-E glass with ceramic horizontal frit. From the interior, the frit provides various levels of transparency, allowing for open, naturally illuminated spaces in public areas and shaded, screened areas where more privacy is desired. To reduce solar heat gain and to conserve energy, heavily insulated spandrel panels are used to increase the percentage of opaque cladding area. The façade system accounts for about 9% of the building’s total energy savings.

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