You know the one.
Or if you don’t, just know that Phil Maloof (the youngest member of the Palms-hotel-owning Maloof dynasty) just put what may amount to the most expensive and glorious piece of real estate in the entire city on the market.
For your consideration: a statistical close-up of your next not-so-humble abode...
Asking price: $38 million
Selling price of the second-most-expensive property in Las Vegas: $16.5 million
Total square footage consisting of 30-foot ceilings, glass walls and massive outdoor terraces: 27,000
Number of Picasso and Dalí paintings that come with it: 2 (one of each)
Floor the private elevator will drop you off at: 59
Marble bathrooms: 6
Number of times Zedd will perform behind the living room DJ booth: your call
Remotes you need to control the music, electric shades and multiple fireplaces: 1
Flat-screen TVs for broadcasting the World Cup final: at least 35
Outdoor theaters for broadcasting the World Cup final: 1
Maximum occupancy of the outdoor hot tub: 20
Degrees of skyline view available: 360
Private helipads: 1
Odds you’ll end up legally changing your name to “The Founder”: we’re going with high