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  1. Legacy Entertainment's integrated resort design of Macau Studio City included two towers- each one operating as an independent hotel, with programmed as a 4-Star and the other as a 5-Star. While on opening day they debuted as the Celebrity Tower and the Star Tower, during design they were known as The Premiere (5-Star) and The Regency (4-Star).

    'The Premiere' was designed to offer classical elegance, inspired by New York's famed Art Deco hotels like The Waldorf Astoria and The Chatwal. In contrast, The 'Hollywood Regency' offered a West Coast flare similar to The Beverly Hills Hotel and The Greenbrier, with heavy inspiration by the work of Dorothy Draper. Elements from both concepts are present in the end result.
































  2. Legacy Entertainment's integrated resort design of Macau Studio City included a network of highly-themed retail streets encircling the casino at the heart of the property. While most of these concepts, including the Beverly Hills Arcade and Hollywood Blvd., are present in the final product, the Old Shanghai district was later replaced with a New York street. The treehouse was built, but has yet to be utilized as a full-time venue.



































  3. Has Legacy been involved in the ongoing expansion, as well?

  4. Macau's Galaxy Resort was designed by Legacy Entertainment, while operating under its previous banner, GGE. Working with famed Hong Kong architect, Simon Kwan and his firm, KDA, the team developed both the exterior facade and interior design, as well as entertainment concepts.

    Galaxy's design took advantage of the fact that most of Macau's integrated resorts were lifts of their Las Vegas counterparts. This meant there was an opportunity to put forth an Asian-inspired design that would make a distinct impression on an otherwise familiar landscape.


































  5. BirdsEye is offline Senior Park Investigator
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    Q1/2020 satellite imagery.

    Cotai Strip:


    Grand Lisboa Palace:



    Galazy Macau expansion?


    New Macau Immigration Bldg. processing HK & Mainland visitors arriving by bridge:



    The dramatically underutilized Hong Kong-Macau bridge:


  6. Long before Epcot's Space 220 restaurant was launched, another similar concept debuted on the opposite side of the globe at Macau Studio City.

    COSMOS FOOD STATION, the resort's primary Food Court, granted visitors the chance to dine while looking out a giant window onto a constantly-evolving space scene. The themed restaurant was conceived by the resort's designer, Legacy Entertainment, working in collaboration with Lawrence Ho and the Melco creative team.




















  7. I've stayed at Studio City and the resort is fantastic. Better than anything in Vegas.

    Any artwork of Phase 2 that can be shared?

  8. Legacy Entertainment's design of Macau Studio City Phase 1 which opened in October 2015, and features the world's first Figure-8 Ferris Wheel embedded into the Art Deco facade. Design is underway of Macau Studio City Phase 2.






















  9. ResortsAhoy is offline resortX Top Investigator
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    The management of Macau casino operator Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd says the launch date for the first portion of Phase 3 of its flagship Cotai casino resort, Galaxy Macau (pictured), will now likely take place late next year, rather than in the middle of 2020 as previously flagged.


    Galaxy Entertainment said previously that Phase 3 would feature 1,500 hotel rooms, some casino space, and a large-scale arena with 16,000 seats. The group has since applied to register as trademarks the names 'Galaxy Arena Macau' and 'Galaxy International Convention Center'.

    The company had also stated previously that Phase 3 would have 400,000 square feet (37,161 sq metres) of space for meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE).

    Galaxy Entertainment's management was quoted in a Tuesday note from brokerage Sanford C. Bernstein Ltd as saying that the 16,000-seat arena and the new MICE facility would open in late 2020 or early 2021. The new 1,500-room hotel tower was now scheduled to open in early 2021, according to Sanford Bernstein's memo.
    Source: https://www.ggrasia.com/galaxy-macau-phase-3-expansion-delayed-to-late-2020/

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