A First Look at Cello Tower: Las Vegas’s First New Residential-Only High-Rise in Over a Decade

Cello Tower | Rendering by Darkroom Studio

Cello Tower is expected to set a new standard for luxurious urban living in Las Vegas. And renderings of the building, Las Vegas’s first residential-only high-rise in over a decade, were recently unveiled. Designed by the esteemed Perkins Eastman architecture firm, Cello Tower will anchor Origin at Symphony Park, a new pedestrian-friendly urban mixed-use development offering modern living at its finest, with retail, dining, and more.

Origin at Symphony Park Plaza | Rendering by Darkroom Studio

Comprising 240 units and eight penthouses across 32 stories, Cello Tower promises unparalleled views of the city, including breathtaking panoramas of the iconic Strip. Each unit will feature interiors from One Line Design Studio, ensuring a sophisticated atmosphere for every resident. Ten-foot ceilings and expansive windows not only complement the spacious floor plans but also showcase magnificent skyline views and mountain scenery.

Penthouse living room | Rendering by Darkroom Studio

The chef’s kitchens will include oversized waterfall islands, custom millwork, and top-of-the-line designer appliances, while all bedrooms offer walk-in closets. Also, sizable primary suites include spa-inspired bathrooms with rain showers and eucalyptus wood cabinetry, epitomizing luxury at every turn.

Penthouse kitchen | Rendering by Darkroom Studio

The top two floors feature eight penthouses, coveted in Vegas’s highly competitive market. Each corner unit boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and soaring 12- to 14-foot ceilings.

Penthouse living room | Rendering by Darkroom Studio

Catering to a sophisticated lifestyle, Cello Tower offers over 40,000 square feet of amenity space across three levels, 25,000 square feet of which seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor living on the seventh floor.

Rendering by Darkroom Studio

With a resort-style hyper-oxygenated pool, a 7,000-square-foot wellness floor with a comprehensive fitness center, massage and treatment rooms, individual cold plunges, and sauna and steam rooms, every aspect is designed to elevate the resident experience.

Fitness area | Rendering by Darkroom Studio

Also, the building includes places such as an entertainment and media lounge, private workspaces, a golf simulator, an open-air cigar lounge, and a resident lounge with an exhibition kitchen and private dining room.

Library lounge | Rendering by Darkroom Studio

To witness in person, visit the Cello Tower Experience Center at 250 S. City Parkway, Suite 125, a ground-floor space within Parc Haven in Symphony Park located a block from the Origin at Symphony Park site. While Cello Tower is not yet completed, interested buyers can secure a residence and lock in pricing today. Pricing for one- and two-bedroom plus den residences starts at $700,000, and penthouse prices begin at $7,000,000.