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MANDARIN AUTO CLUB – Frank Napoli
Napoli, who is a Las Vegas native and local luxury Realtor with Napoli Group at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, never imagined he would live on the strip. When he got an offer, he could not refuse on his house; he packed his things and decided to move into The Residences at Mandarin Oriental. “I looked at other high-rises, but I was impressed by the level of quality and exceptional staff here. High-rise life at the Mandarin is a luxury experience, it’s an exhilarating adventure for me.”
Mandarin Penthouse Sale
"It is no wonder Harata and his Realtor Frank Napoli analogize Harata’s 41st-floor penthouse at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental to a luxury sports car — a Lamborghini, to be exact, the type Harata puts the pedal to the metal while racing."
$25 million Spring Valley home goes big!
At $25 million, it’s one of the most expensive homes on the local market, and that price may even be low for what it includes, listing agent Frank Napoli II of The Napoli Group, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices said.
“We priced the property considering what it would cost to replace and duplicate it, and even at $25 million you can’t duplicate this property,” Napoli said. “I’ve never seen a property anywhere that offers this many amenities, finishes and type of design. You truly get everything that you pay for here.”
Corey Harrison of ‘Pawn Stars’ selling Las Vegas home for $2.3 million
“This area is perfect for anyone that wants to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city yet is close enough to freeway access to allow for an easy commute around town,” says Realtor Frank Napoli, who has the listing. “Buyers also seek this area to be able to own a home with acreage, privacy and no HOA. This area has always been sought after, and with the demand for more homes, new homebuilders are building tract home developments amongst the several large lot customs homes that currently exist.”
Mandarin Oriental residents form exotic car club
“A lot of them were sitting under covers, covered in dust,” he recalled. “They weren’t being driven. So I thought, clearly there’s a lot of car enthusiasts here, and I want to meet my neighbors, so we need to get these cars out and have a good time. So I thought up Cars and Coffee, and the Mandarin supported that. So did the residents. We’re on our third event. It just keeps getting bigger and bigger.”