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The second casino was completed in Primorye

The second casino was completed in Primorye
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In the Primorsky Territory, the construction of the second casino of the entertainment resort "Primorye" - "Shambhala." Finishing is underway, the opening is scheduled for July.

According to the press service of the regional government, by June 20, the facility plans to establish water supply and sewerage, electrical networks, and build a road. This is the responsibility of the Primorsky Territory Development Corporation as the project developer and the territory tenant.

The representative of the owner, Dmitry Pisarenko, said that the deadlines for the completion of construction had been shifted by about a month, but this would not affect the completion date of the facility. In the near future, the installation of furniture, bar counters, TV screens will begin. In a week, the plans are to start the equipment.

After the opening of the casino, construction of the second phase of the Shambala project will begin. A gambling and hotel complex with game rooms, a spa area, a restaurant, conference rooms and a five-star hotel will be built there. The hotel and entertainment complex Naga Vladivostok will begin to actively complete construction when the restrictions on attracting foreign workers are lifted.

In total, it is planned to open 12 hotel complexes with a casino in the gambling zone. The gaming zone is part of the large tourist cluster "Primorye". The Primorsky Territory Development Corporation is also negotiating the creation of two golf clubs in the gambling area. The first phase of the project should be implemented before 2025.

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