Discussion in 'Casino Industry & Development' started by UTE, Mar 18, 2016.
Added more pictures in my tr
The skeleton starts growing skin (glass)!
I don't see any?
There's a strip of glass that runs the width of the left portion of the tower, midway up. In the picture it looks the same color as the glass as at Wynn and Encore, but the person who took the photo says its more reddish in person.
I'll be there in OCT., will take some pics/videos when i walk up there from FSM. I expect some rooms finished by then.......LOL.
Another pic from today which shows the glass strip being installed on the right portion of the tower:
I was there this past week and they were definitely working on it. Compared to what I saw last December there’s been a lot of work done.
As of yesterday...
Wow! pretty soon they will catch the Fontainedrew.
Build that sucka faster! We need the rooms coming online to help keep Vegas relatively cheap.
Five Hundy's podcast had a report from recently filed plans which indicated the first phase of the project will have close to 4000 rooms and include a water park, pool deck, and miscellaneous retail areas. Subsequent phases could potentially push the room count to over 10K.
Resorts World Las Vegas is a casino and resort currently under construction on the Las Vegas Strip in Winchester, Nevada, United States, planned to open in 2020. It is owned and operated by Genting Group. The estimated cost is about US$ 7.2 billion. Wikipedia
I counted 5 cranes in action last week riding the sdx back downtown. Significantly more than the last time I went by. But 2020 is a bit off in time. But competition is good for all.
What happens in Winchester stays in Winchester!
What happens in Winchester ends up in Paradise!
Just returned from a stay in Encore in a north facing room looking right out at the construction. Seemed like quite a bit of activity and they definitely have made progress since our last visit in April. Still a long way to go - but great to finally at least see some progress.
Room also obviously looked right at Fountainbleu/Drew. Would be good if they actually started back up there also. This was our first stay at WynnEncore and we loved the room but not the location. That might change if these other properties get completed.
Every time I go by, there seems to be more built. But it is still very slow in comparison to any other casino I have ever seen built. At least now it looks like something.
somebody needs to post more n00dz of RW
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