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Panorama Towers

Photos & Links: (Web Page 1)
Las Vegas, NV
Constructed: 2005-04
Completed: 2006-08
Other Size Measure: 1,017 units
Owners: Sannon-Hallier Investment, LLC
Hallier Properties (Developer)
Contractors: Civil Engineer-Lochsa Engineering
Electrical Engineers-JBA Consulting Engineers
General Contractor-M.J. Dean Construction, Inc.
Structural Engineer-Lochsa Engineering
URL (bibliographic):
Description: Tower 1: 300 Rooms. 32 Stories.
Tower 2: 300 Rooms. 32 Stories.

The modern forms of Panorama Towers combine with a diverse program to form a building as unique as the skyline in which it sites providing residents with an array of amenities inside and a breathtaking view outside.
Extra Note: 2005 2005 Top Projects Nevada Southwest Contractor, June 39.

“Condo Projects in the Las Vegas Valley.” Las Vegas Review Journal. 6 November 2005. [Online]. Accessed November 7, 2005.

“M.J. Dean Builds the New Panorama High-Rise Tower.” Nevada Contractor, July 2004, 13.

"Panorama Towers, Las Vegas." [Online]. Available:
wm/bu/?l=3&yr=2005&mt=2&dy=7&id=109779 Accessed Feburary 7, 2005.

“Panorama Towers.” Klai Juba Architects. 2005. [Online]. Available: Accessed June 29, 2005.

“Panorama.” Panorama Towers, Las Vegas, Nevada. 2004. [Online]. Available: Accessed September 2, 2004.

Panorama Towers: Tower 2 Construction Archives [Online]. Accessed March 29 2007.

Shubinski, Jennifer. “Onward and Upward.” Las Vegas Sun. 27 August 2004. [Online]. Available: Accessed August 31, 2004.

Simpson, Jeff. "Evolution of the Las vegas Strip." Urban Land. September 2007: 105-107.

“Southwest Contractor: 2004 Top Projects Nevada.” Southwest Contractor, June 2005, 47.

UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Perspectives.

AIA Nevada Design Awards (2005) Entry No. UB05027, Submission.
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Form Core Boards, Project Entry Form, Project Identification Form, Photo Release Form, Intern Compensation Disclaimer Form, Elevations, Floor Plans, and CD

"Condo Projects Throughout Vegas", Las Vegas Life, April 2006.

AIA Nevada Design Awards (2004) Entry No. UB03017, Submission.
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Form Core Boards, Project Identification Form,
Project Entry Form, Site Plan, Floor Plan, Elevations, Exterior Perspectives, Interior Perspectives
and CD

"A Full House: Sin City stacks the deck in designers' favor." By Craig Kellogg. Interior Design v.76 n.3 (2005).
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