Mohegan Inspire, set to become the largest integrated entertainment resort in Northeast Asia once all four phases are fully complete, is on track to open its doors by end of this year near Incheon International Airport, with the construction progress for its Phase 1 reaching 63 percent completion, Inspire Entertainment Resort said, Wednesday.
Inspire Entertainment Resort, the Korean corporation of the U.S. Indigenous-run entertainment and gaming brand Mohegan, held a press conference at the integrated resort’s construction site on Incheon’s Yeongjong Island, near Incheon International Airport, to showcase the progress of the construction.
“We’re sitting on 4.3 million square meters of land, roughly the same size of Yeouido,” said Chen Si, the company’s chief operating officer.
Mohegan is an integrated entertainment resort developer with an Indigenous background that operates seven properties in North America in cities including Las Vegas. Mohegan Inspire will be the company’s eighth property.
The first phase of construction, which is a 2 trillion won ($1.49 billion) project, includes a three-tower luxury hotel with 1,256 rooms, a 15,000-seat arena to host concerts and sporting events, a foreigner-only casino with 700 slot machines, an all-year indoor water park, theme park, dining and shopping area.
Source: Korea Times