Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia is currently open, but only for scheduled preview visits. The official debut is set for February 11.
Six miles separate the new building from Brooklawn Shopping Center. The brand-new Live! Casino & Hotel is $700 million in value. It is close to the Stadium Holiday Inn, which was destroyed to make room for the current building.
A private corporation owned by Cordish that also owns the Xfinity Live complex created the Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia.
The new building is expected to generate $2 billion in economic stimulation to the city, $100 million in tax income to Philadelphia in the first five years, and $25 million to the school district.
The company promised to create several work opportunities for many individuals that would pay at least $12 per hour as a condition of approving the license. There are 2,000 permanent openings.
The Casino is a 510,000-square-foot complex that includes a casino, a hotel, dining, and entertainment options. The entire complex features 208 rooms in the hotel section, hundreds of slot machines, over 100 gaming tables, a sizable poker area, high limit rooms, and FanDuel Sports Book.
The Prime Rib, Sports & Social Philly, Luk Fu, and 10th St Market are just a few of the many eateries that the visitors can choose from. There are also more laid-back establishments like Lorenzo and Sons Pizza, Sang Kee Noodle Bar, Morty's Deli, Luckie's Liquor, and others.
The coronavirus pandemic's obligatory constraints required innovative thinking when it came to interior precautions. All of the tables games have safety glass in the new facility.
When a player starts playing, a new slot machine function called "Reel Clear" locks out the machines next to them. The machine shuts off once they are finished so that the crew may clean it.
Twelve times an hour, the air is turned over to ensure both the customers' and the environment's cleanliness and protection.
The Live! brand revealed the new facility's launch dates earlier this month. Exclusive Live! Reward Club members had an exclusive opening day of January 19. On February 11, the general public can visit the new venue.
Joe Billhimer, the executive vice president of Cordish Gaming Group, described the new facility as special since it brought together sports fans, foodies, gamers, and anyone else searching for fun and excitement in one spot.