Resorts World Miami is the name of a proposed intergrated resort for the Omni District of Greater Downtown Miami, Florida, USA, developed by the Malaysian based Genting Group. The project has an estimated cost of US$3.1 billion, it is considered one of the largest developments in the history of the state.
Malaysian casino operator Genting is seeking re-approval from US authorities to build three towers for its long delayed casino in Florida after earlier approval expired, Miami Herald reports. Genting first announced plans for the $3 billion luxury casino, Resorts World Miami, in 2011, purchasing the bayfront property for US$236 million. According to local media, in […]
Unable to make any significant headway in its Miami project, Genting Malaysia Berhad has reportedly turned some of its attention to a casino in South Florida, Miami Herald reports. “Unable to gain a foothold in Miami, gambling giant Genting Malaysia Berhad has done the next best thing: They’ve made a deal to run a casino […]
Genting Malaysia wants to transfer boat-slip permits from properties on the Miami River to the casino operator’s waterfront site, which has been earmarked for a 50-yacht marina. According to a letter from Kirk Lofgren, the consultant of Resorts World Miami, there is a proposal to transfer 42 slip permits now attached to Austral Marina — […]
As part of a $600 million improvement of the I-395 highway in Florida, Genting have been in discussions with Miami City commissioners about building an improved public baywalk on the waterfront downtown and beyond, according to local media. In January, commissioners approved a resolution calling on the Florida Department of Transportation to provide a baywalk […]