The Skycity Entertainment Group announced that the Adelaide Casino is going to go ahead with its planned $330 million expansion after careful consideration to some aspects.
The decision to increase the total number of rooms in the proposed development from 89 to 123 and an additional floor to the plans for the expanding building came after the thoughtful consideration.
The news of hotel casino having new restaurants and bars, including a rooftop bar and spaces for functions for up to 750 people has been confirmed. The casino has been redesigned inside out and has revitalised social, entertainment and gaming areas. The decision to go ahead with the expansion came after a long negotiation with the South Australian Government.
There would be no additional gambling licenses and would continue under the same regulations and oversight under the expansion. The focus of the negotiations was the access to the VIP gaming rooms according to the Infrastructure Minister Stephen Mullighan.
The redevelopment is a part of the revitalisation of Adelaide’s Riverbank area. The expansion of the casino would start early next year and would be completed by 2020. The construction phase is expected to create about 1,000 jobs while completion of the casino would create 800 new jobs.