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The gaming zone "Primorye" was replenished with another investment project

According to the administration of the Primorsky Territory, today a presentation of the project of the entertainment and hotel complex "Mayak" in the future gambling zone "Primorye" took place on its territory.

The project was presented by the architect of Steelman Partners, Andrey Kerusenko. The Cambodian company - the project investors - was represented by Philip Lee, Chief Financial Officer of Naga Corp Ltd. From the Primorsky Territory, representatives of the departments of urban planning, international cooperation and tourism development, as well as the inspection of control in the field of shared construction and regional construction supervision took part in the meeting.

Chen Lip Keong, president of Naga Corp, said at a meeting with the head of the region, Vladimir Miklushevsky: “We want to create an entertainment resort in Primorye comparable in scale to the complexes in Macau and Las Vegas.”

The complex, planned for implementation in four stages, will be more than 200 square kilometers with hotel and entertainment infrastructure. The design and estimate documentation of the future complex will be provided within 12 months, after which the active phase of construction will begin.

According to Andrey Kerusenko partners from Steelman Partners and Naga Corp visited Ant Bay, where the gambling zone will be located, and were satisfied with the speed and quality of the development of the territory.

The result of the presentation was the approval by the Administration of the Primorsky Territory of the project of the hotel and entertainment complex "Mayak" - says Konstantin Shestakov, head of the department for implementation of programs and projects of the Department of International Cooperation and Tourism Development of the Primorsky Territory.

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