Rising on the northeast corner of I-215 and Town Center Drive,next to the Nevada Cancer Institute, it is the first Element hotelbeing developed in the Western US and the first non-gaming hotel inSummerlin. Completion is scheduled for the third quarter.

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The four-story, 80,000-sf hotel will have a contemporarymetal-and-glass look on the outside. sleek The rooms will average400 sf and be outfitted with kitchens featuring stainless steelappliances, Westin's Heavenly Beds and flat-screen televisions.Common-area amenities will include a fitness room, a businesscenter, complimentary breakfast and a landscaped pool deck withfire pits and barbecue areas.

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LaPour acquired the site in the fall, paying $2.7 million forthe 2.5-acre site. Published reports have pegged the total projectcost at $19 million. A source at LaPour told GlobeSt.com around thetime of the property acquisition that its estimated value uponcompletion and stabilization is $25 million, or approximately$203,000 per key.

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LaPour also is developing an aloft-branded hotel at the cornerof Paradise and Flamingo roads, which is one mile east of the LasVegas Strip, near the Hard Rock resort and casino. Aloft is aspin-off of Starwood's "W" brand.

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