Friday, September 18, 2020

Tag: planning

Africa’s highest casino proves a tall order

Kenya Palm Exotics Watamu
Aiming to create a “little Dubai” on the white sands of Kenya’s coastline, Palm Exotica has the backing of local residents in Watamu, but not of the national planning authorities

Cora Alpha files Elysium City application with regional government

Cora Alpha Elysium City
Extremadura’s government has a 30-day window to check the documentation put forward by Cora Alpha for its proposed Elysium City mega resort project in..

Mashpee Wampanoag tribe blames ‘anti-Indians activists’ for casino legal deadlock

mashpeepowwow tribe
Plans for a Native American casino in Massachusetts, USA have stalled following a legal challenge, leaving the tribe’s corporate backer pondering its $347.4m investment.   The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe (also known as People of the First Light) planned to build a 150,000 sq ft casino, bank-rolled by Genting Group, a Malaysian conglomerate, in exchange for interest-bearing promissory notes issued by the...

Macau’s luxury hotel ‘The 13’ suffers costly delays

ICR - The 13 delays
13 Holding’s plans for an ambitious high-rise hotel and casino in Macau are facing a series of financing and construction difficulties, making its aim to open this year less likely.   Seven years in the making, the lavish $1.3bn resort – The 13 – includes just 200 “all-villa” rooms; the most expensive of which to be charged at $130,000 per night. Stephen...

Genting approved for Miami hotel but casino still in legal limbo

ICR - Genting Miami development
Malaysian casino giant Genting has successfully struck a deal with county commissioners at Miami-Dade to build a hotel on a small plot of land near the site of its long-proposed Resorts World Miami Downtown casino resort project.   The firm has obtained a 90- year lease on an adjacent oneacre plot of public land, which will house a 300 room hotel...

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