Resorts World Casino Begins $400 Million 400 Rooms Four Star Hotel Expansion

Resorts World Casino, New York City in South Ozone Park will be building brand new amenities initiated the new venture with a $400 million expansion for over 10 million annual visitors on Thursday, July 13.

The excitement brought the President of Resorts World President Scott Molina and other members outside the casino for the honorary groundbreaking ceremony that commemorating the expansion. The expansion is expected to bring in 400-room four-star hotel, four new dining outlets including a signature restaurant along with other features and new games.

At present the casino employees 1100 people from mostly coming in from surrounding areas. The casino has generated $1.9 billion for the New York State’s Lottery Education Fund.

This new expansion expected to complete by 2019 is estimated to bring in $200 million for New York along with 1000 new jobs along with 3000 construction jobs and another 1000 indirect jobs.

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