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Las Vegas Private Club Property Offered for Sale


The Stirling Club, a 78k sf, high-end private club on 3.2 acres within the Turnberry Place condo complex in Las Vegas, has been put on the market. Originally constructed in 2001 as a premier private club, the facility ceased operations in 2012 but has been impeccably maintained by the owners.

The Stirling Club includes a collection of office space, restaurants, lounges, bars, pools, tennis courts and state of the art fitness and spa amenities. It also lends itself to alternative uses including residential, medical and office.

The Stirling Club is located on the grounds of the luxury Turnberry Place project, at 2827 Paradise Rd. The property is situated near the north end of the Las Vegas Strip and directly across the street from the Las Vegas Convention Center, which hosts more than 5 million visitors annually.

Michael Parks and Chris Komanowski of CBRE have the listing. An asking price was not given out, although, from what we hear, it can be purchased for less than half of the original construction cost, which was around $44 mil.

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