Resorts World Update: Parking Structure Completes

Greg C has sent in a shot of Resort World’s parking structure which is complete, and all lit up.

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Isn’t it pretty?

For the rest of the construction site, not much has changed since a few months back. Greg tells us the building’s superstructure looks like it did back in May.

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Resorts World structure silhouetted against Circus Circus as a backdrop. A metaphor of “been built for ages” vs. “taking ages to build.”

Now with the parking structure very near completion, hopefully, the speed will pick up for the rest of the superstructure. A large portion of the superstructure comes from the failed Echelon project. When Resorts World’s parent company, the Genting Group, ¬†purchased the site they modified their original design to include the structures that had already been started and then abandoned by Echelon.

Sitting on the site of the former Stardust space, Resorts World is aiming to open it’s doors Mid 2018 with 6,583 hotel rooms and a 175,000 square-foot casino, amongst other things.


[Images: Greg C]

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10 Comments on "Resorts World Update: Parking Structure Completes"

  1. davehughes123 | February 2, 2016 at 9:12 am |

    Clearly, the Genting Group has learned from MGM and is planning to focus on revenues earned from charging for parking rather than from gambling revenues. Shrewd move!

  2. “with 6,583 hotel rooms”……..YIKES! This will drive down hotel room prices and may also take down another property into obscurity.

  3. that’s HUGE!

  4. I am so excited for Resorts World Las Vegas to open.

  5. Call me bearish but the pace here is really, really slow.

    • Bearish! Nah, kidding. But yeah, it’ll be interesting to see if they make their 2018 deadline. I think they will try their best, the fact that there’s an 8 in that year means good luck in their culture.

  6. I really like the fact that it’s a themed resort and not another horrible office block!

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