Celebrity, CEO, or Royalty? From a Penthouse Castle to the Fantasy of a Lifetime, it's Time to Jump on a Private Jet to Vegas

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By launching the 'Do you prefer to live like a Celebrity, CEO, or Royalty?' campaign, Shapiro & Sher Group's Aaron Auxier tempts people to Sin City. This time, you may even find yourself spending a wild night in the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Fantasy Tower.

One Queensridge Place

Losing The Harmon Residences was a shame, however, it put even more emphasis on a couple of other buildings

Global economic disaster. Talk of nationalizing U.S. banks. Let's face it, when people turn on the TV, they're getting bombarded with negativity. Where do adults escape to play and become inspired? Vegas baby. As one of the country's best places to unwind, hold a convention, or stimulate the economy, the city has become as important as ever.

Known as 'Hollywood's Connection to Vegas', Realtor Aaron Auxier recently launched his 'Do you prefer to live like a Celebrity, CEO, or Royalty?' campaign. A campaign that involves three secluded Las Vegas penthouse condos as well as the chance to party it up in the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Fantasy Tower.

His plan is getting attention; Auxier has been contacted by the press about the inspiration behind his new campaign. Over the next two weeks, he is shooting both the local evening news and a global economic documentary inside these units (which total over $30 million). He credits the fact that Vegas is one of the most exciting and important cities in the world.

"If the president wants to tell people they can't fly here on private jets, I'll proudly stand as the person who says they can," says Auxier. "I'm inviting people into three of Vegas' most private properties and offering them the experience of a lifetime."

This isn't the first time this guy has been involved in big-time Las Vegas luxury real estate. In 2007, Auxier received national media exposure when he set the top-three price-per-foot records in the history of Las Vegas by selling multiple penthouses at the (now canceled) The Harmon Residences at MGM MIRAGE CityCenter.

"Losing The Harmon Residences was a shame, however, it put even more emphasis on a couple of other buildings," he explains. "High-profile clients have very limited options for truly unique properties. And the penthouses at Palms Place, Sky Las Vegas, and One Queensridge Place are on that small list."

"Let's see, there is the top-floor penthouse at Palms Place, the three-story Sky Suite at Sky Las Vegas, and the big daddy - the over 16,000 sq. ft. multi-level Crown at One Queensridge Place," he says.

Each standing as a showpiece, the top-floor penthouse at Palms Place is loved by celebrity types, the Sky Suite seems to attract CEOs, and the Crown at One Queensridge Place is fit for royalty.

While Auxier wouldn't comment on the price of the Palms Place penthouse (interested parties need to contact him), he did share that the Sky Suite is priced significantly lower than pre-construction penthouses. The approx. 5,184 sq. ft. unit is listed with Aaron Auxier and Shapiro & Sher Group at $3,999,999 (or approx. $772 a square foot). As of late February 2009, pre-construction penthouses on the Strip are asking upwards of $2,000 a square foot, and that is for a grey-shell unit.

"The Crown at One Queensridge Place is priced at over $20 million and is game changing," Auxier says. "From the semi-precious stone pietre dure insets to the dramatic balconies, Jerusalem Stone, Strip views, and rooftop pool - the Crown is an architectural offering of world-class art."

Aaron finishes explaining that his Sky Suite client is offering to purchase the buyer a fun-filled night at the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Fantasy Tower (restrictions apply*).

"In offering an evening at the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Fantasy Tower, we're opening the door to something where very few will ever get to play."

Whether it's experiencing utopia at Palms Place, living above the Strip in the Sky Suite, or feasting like royalty in the Crown at One Queensridge Place, this city of lights stands as a beacon of inspiration. A fantasy world that encourages the dare to dream.    

"Vegas wasn't made for those who follow, it was made for those who lead. So jump on a jet and come celebrate freedom with us," Auxier proclaims.

Aaron Auxier, REALTOR®, ABR can be reached at 702-205-1818

Prudential Americana Group, REALTORS is an independently owned and operated member of Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.

*One-night stay in Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at Palms Fantasy Tower is subject to restrictions.

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