The Veer Towers are twin towers on the Strip of Las Vegas, which can house up to 337 luxury condominiums in the size of 46-140 m². The Veer Towers are part of the City Center and adjoin The Crystals, a shopping and entertainment complex, and the Mandarin Oriental. At the top of each tower there are common areas with a pool, a fitness center, a spa and a terrace with changing rooms.
In early construction were called the towers Sobella Residential Towers. The towers were designed by Helmut Jahn's office in Chicago. The lobbies and public areas have been designed by designer Francisco Gonzalez- Pulido.
On 20 November 2009 the Veer Towers LEED Gold Prize.
Veer Towers before the opening of City Center in November 2009.
Construction on the facade and the last levels, February 2009.
Building under construction, June 2007.