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Las Vegas Real Estate Is Trending Up, Says Mauricio Umansky

Feb. 26, 2014
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The real estate boom is well underway in Las Vegas with new developments popping up both on and away from the famed Strip at a pace that hasn’t been seen in years. An article in the latest issue of Vegas Magazine takes a look at some of the major developments that are changing the desert… Read more


Where Your Private Elevator Takes You At The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

Feb. 18, 2014
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When you become an owner at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental in Las Vegas, unsurpassed hospitality and luxurious amenities are never far from the comforts of home. In fact, all it takes is a ride from the privacy of your residential elevator to gain access to the hotel amenity floors, and with 47 stories, there… Read more


48 Hours At The Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

Jan. 22, 2014
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Call me a luxury addict and wanderlust, I have developed an obsession with Mandarin Oriental hotels ever since I was looking for places to stay in Barcelona last summer. After fawning over the gorgeous décor in España, I was looking forward to experiencing this luxury hotel chain closer to home, and to my delight, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas was just a stone’s throw away.


The Agency Named Sales And Marketing Partner For The Residences At Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

MGM Resorts International and Infinity World Development, developers/owners of The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, have named The Agency its sales and marketing partner for the city’s most in-demand and exclusive residences. Rising 47 stories above the bright lights of CityCenter and the famed Las Vegas Strip, The Residences at Mandarin Oriental sets a… Read more


Mauricio Umansky Tells FOX Business He’s Bullish On LA And Vegas Real Estate

The Agency’s CEO and Co-founder Mauricio Umansky appeared on FOX Business this morning to weigh in on the current state of the luxury real estate market. “We’re starting to see some price per foot in Los Angeles starting to hit $3,000 a foot, which we really have never seen before,” said Umansky, who is a… Read more


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