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December 20, 2014

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Planet Hollywood tower condos will open to owners Friday

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Planet Hollywood’s Westgate Tower.

(Update: Planet Hollywood timeshare owners move in)

The first 20 residents of Planet Hollywood’s PH Towers by Westgate will be moving in Friday, marking the first of several condo tower openings over the next few months.

As the first phase of the project, the non-gaming, 52-story residential and hotel tower will include more than 1,200 suites to be used as vacation homes and traditional hotel rooms. The top five stories of the tower consists of 40 luxury penthouse units ranging in size from 4,000 to 12,000 square feet. Those will be used as residential units.

Upon completion, the two towers will house more than 2,700 units. A date for completion hasn't been announced.

The PH Towers will welcome their first hotel guests Dec. 28 and officially will celebrate the tower’s grand opening in early January.

The condo-hotel project is a partnership between Planet Hollywood and Orlando-based resort company Westgate Resorts.

The opening of the PH Towers will be followed by closings on residences at CityCenter’s Veer Towers, then Mandarin Oriental in February and Vdara in March.

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