Malaysia’s Genting Group says that its US$4 billion Las Vegas integrated resort, Resorts World Las Vegas, is “progressing well” with construction having reached the 39th floor.
In a trading update filed on Friday, Genting Group revealed that as of mid-November, concreting work had been completed up to Level 39 of the West Tower and Level 36 on the East Tower.
It added that total development and land costs currently sit at around US$1 billion, with the property on track to open by late 2020.
Resorts World Las Vegas, being built on an 87-acre site at the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip, will comprise more than 3,400 hotel rooms across three hotel towers and a gaming floor covering 100,000 square feet. The Chinese-themed resort will also boast a 30,000-square foot lake surrounded by a Chinese garden.