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  1. The Hannahville Indian Community Tribal Council has approved a $30 million expansion of the Island Resort & Casino in Michigan
    The casino announced that more than 100 new hotel rooms will be added and connected to the south end of the current 11-story Palm Tower, with three guest elevators and a lobby. A high-end dining venue and convention space are planned for the top floor. The expansion also includes a pool with water park features for kids and young adults under 18.




    The expansion will add 138 rooms to the casino resort, bringing the total to 455 guest rooms. The investment also includes building a restaurant on the 12th floor of the present hotel tower. The steakhouse will be able to accommodate up to 200 diners.
    Source: https://www.casino.org/news/michigan-island-resort-casino-continues-construction-on-33m-expansion/ & https://www.uppermichiganssource.com/content/news/30-million-expansion-planned-for-Island-Resort--Casino--567006941.html

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    A new Ceasers resort complex being built in Korea.






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    The Swan Reserve at Walt Disney World is looking good. Pool deck is coming along nicely.



    Source: https://twitter.com/bioreconstruct/status/1350625843115151360

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    Themed Resort Design: Sentul City of Wonders Interior Design by Legacy Entertainment

    Sentul City of Wonders is a unique integrated resort concept proposed for the Jakarta suburb of Sentul, Indonesia.

    Its compact design features a wide range of mixed-use components, including a 4-Star Hotel, 5-Star Hotel, Residential, Themed Retail, as well as the boutique Theme Park & Water Park seen previously.






































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    Emaar Properties has sold its Address Sky View hotel in Downtown Dubai to Evergreen Hospitality for $204m. The developer will continue to manage the property and also said it has retained ownership of the sky bridge restaurant in the tower.
    The property comprises 169-hotel rooms and 551 apartments, as well as MICE facilities and F&B outlets. It opened for business in January 2020. In a statement to the Dubai Financial Market on January 6, the developer said the deal is “in line with the company’s asset-light strategy for hospitality assets”. Emaar said the deal was executed on December 31, 2020 and is expected to close on January 15 this year.
    Source: https://meconstructionnews.com/45514/emaar-announces-sale-of-address-sky-view-property-for-204mn

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    Moana themed rooms are having furniture delivered as part of the refurbishment to incorporate the film into the Polynesian Resort at Walt Disney World.









    Source: https://wdwnt.com/2020/12/photos-crossbeam-structure-almost-complete-for-disneys-polynesian-village-resort-refurbishment/ & https://wdwnt.com/2021/01/photos-furnishings-being-moved-into-moana-rooms-at-disneys-polynesian-village-resort/

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    Unique Mall Design: FX Lifestyle Center Unique Retail Design by Legacy Entertainment

    In 2006, Legacy Entertainment was approached to revitalize a dead mall which had succumbed to lack of visitation in the heart of Jakarta, Indonesia's CBD. Their vision for the new concept included a wide variety of entertainment options, most notably a Wiegand 'Art Slide' to drive circulation to the mall's upper floors.






































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    Atlantic City approved the Showboat for its waterpark plans. I really hope this comes off.



    The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority approved designation of the project as an entertainment retail district, which entitles it to an annual rebate of up to $2.5 million in sales tax generated by it for 20 years. There also will be tax breaks on construction materials used for the project.




    Source: https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/business/atlantic-city-water-park-tax-break-new-jersey

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    A special meeting will be held today which might greenlight the building of the previously mentioned Atlantic City waterpark.

    Formal action may be taken by the Board at this meeting on … final project approval of the Showboat Entertainment Retail District Project,” the CRDA meeting notification explains.
    Showboat owner Bart Blatstein, a real estate developer based in Philadelphia, is seeking to have the development classified as an entertainment retail district. If that happens, the endeavor would qualify for construction cost breaks and ongoing reductions in sales taxes at the venue. The New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) will review the waterpark proposal during a special meeting next week, December 29.
    Source: https://www.casino.org/news/showboat-atlantic-city-waterpark-considered-at-special-meeting/

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    A new waterpark resort expansion could be coming to Atlantic City...

    A development agency in Atlantic City approved construction Tuesday of a $100 million water park at the former Showboat casino in a move designed to make the gambling resort more appealing to families and off-season tourists.

    But the key to making the project work — 20 years of tax breaks the Showboat’s owner is seeking — has not yet been decided. The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority is expected to consider that request at a meeting within the next few weeks.

    But it did give final land use approval to the project, which is to be built on a vacant lot next to the Showboat, which currently operates as a non-gambling hotel.
    Source: https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2020/12/15/construction-of-100-million-water-park-at-atlantic-citys-showboat-hotel-approved/

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