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$22 million Las Vegas Penthouse comes with Picasso and Lamborghini

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Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016 | 2 a.m.

A $22 million penthouse in Las Vegas is pitching the bon vivant starter kit: Buy the condo and they’ll throw in a fast car, fine art and free tickets to sporting events.

The 6,230-square-foot condo, located at the top of the 59-story Palms Place Hotel, will include a suite of perks: a two-year lease on a Lamborghini Huracan; an original lithograph of Pablo Picasso’s “Le Vieux Roi,” and an etching of Salvador Dalí’s “Leaf Woman;” and two free tickets to select events at the nearby T-Mobile Arena for one year.

The owner, Phil Maloof, whose family developed the tower and once owned a majority stake in the Sacramento Kings, attempted to sell the penthouse apartment for $38 million in 2014 with another brokerage. It relisted for $29 million in April 2015 before coming off the market last month.