Penn has broken ground on an expansion of its M Resort south of the Las Vegas Strip. [Image: Shutterstock.com]
Nevada city councilors got their shovels dirty this week at a groundbreaking ceremony where Penn Entertainment-operated M Resort Spa Casino will eventually double in size after completing a $206 million upgrade.
One of the diggers, Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft, went to X on Monday to share the news while expressing his optimism for the new development:
The Las Vegas Raiders’ strong branding was on display at Penn’s launch presentation on Monday. Construction of a second tower at the NFL franchise’s official hotel headquarters will include 384 room expansions and updated amenities. Penn also indicated that “additional local partnerships” will be announced at a later date.
According to the Las Vegas Review JournalThe expanded meeting space in the new tower will be underground and connected to the existing business function area beneath the original tower.
much-needed additional space capacity for group business.”
Jay Snowden, Penn’s president and CEO, said the new tower will “capitalize on strong demand from the Henderson domestic market while providing much-needed additional space capacity for group business.”
Hussain Mahrous, vice president and general manager of the resort located on the south side of the Strip, told M Resort was “looking forward to hiring new team members and expanding.” to infrastructure. He claims this will make his venue a top destination for both guests and convention-goers.
The construction work is expected to take 18 months and is expected to be completed around mid-2025.