The CEO of Wynn Resorts, Limited, Matt Maddox, in the group’s most recent financial report that the gaming group is ‘on track’ to launch the renovated West Casino at Wynn Macau in late 2019.
According to Maddox, this will ‘further solidify’ the property as the ‘peninsula’s marquee integrated resort’.
‘We are currently reconfiguring the West Casino at Wynn Macau. When completed, the enhanced space will consist of approximately 44 mass market table games, a refurbished high-limit slot area, two new restaurants and approximately 7,000 square feet of retail space, and will provide for improved pedestrian access from the boardwalk. We estimate the total project budget to be approximately US$70 million (MOP564.2 million),’ Wynn Macau, Limited’s Chairman, Allan Zeman, stated in the same report.
The head of the local gaming operator also indicated the group expects to complete the gaming enhancements at the Macau property and open the new restaurants in the fourth quarter of 2019, with its new retail space opening varying times in the fourth quarter of 2019 and first quarter of 2020.
Concerning the group’s Crystal Pavilion project at Wynn Palace, Zeman indicated that it is currently in the preliminary planning and design stages, with initial phase constructions to start in lat 2021.
The project is part of Wynn’s US$2 billion planned expansion for its Wynn Palace resort
‘We expect the Crystal Pavilion will become a unique world-class cultural destination,
incorporating an art museum, an immersive theater and interactive installations, an expansive food hall, additional hotel rooms, and several signature entertainment features.,’ Zeman added.