You get a great view from the eighth floor of the parking garage.
Before me is a scene of a resort rapidly pushing toward completion.
“We’re about 75-percent completed. And we’re on schedule to open next summer,” says Resorts World Las Vegas President Scott Sibella.
His resort–all 3,500 rooms of it, sitting on 88 acres on the Strip’s north end, was barreling toward completion as 2020 arrived. The pandemic had other plans.
“We slowed down a little bit but never came to a stop, but now we’re back to full momentum. This week alone we have at least almost 3,500 construction workers on the site,” Sibella told me.
I was here ten months ago; ten months later, progress is evident: the resort is now being built out, with its signature features plainly evident: a 5,000 person capacity theater; a 117,000 square foot casino; a 100,000 square foot LED screen on the resort’s West Tower, billed as one of the biggest in the world; and signage is going up on the property.
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