Australia’s Crown Resorts is preparing to top out its AU$2.2 billion Sydney hotel and casino tower in the first week of March, with the project on track for its grand opening in early 2021.
Providing an update on the Crown Sydney development during its half-year earnings announcement this week, Crown revealed that topping out of the tower’s elevator core structure is now just two weeks away, to be followed by the completion of final floor slabs in June.
“The hotel fit-out is progressing from floors 6 to 22 with rooms on the lower floors substantially complete,” Crown said.
“The façade glazing on the hotel tower is currently being installed on level 45 with residential fit out activities advancing closely behind. The podium structure and façade is substantially complete with interior fit out activities progressing well across all areas of the podium.”
Crown has flagged a progressive opening of the property starting from December with grand opening celebrations planned for early next year.
Once complete, Crown Sydney will feature a six-star hotel with 349 guest rooms and suites, luxury apartments, signature restaurants, bars, luxury retail outlets, pool and spa facilities, conference rooms and VIP gaming facilities.