The Fontainebleau has remained unfinished for over a decade but will finally be open to the public at the end of 2023. Construction on the 67-story Fontainebleau originally started in 2007 but stopped during the Great Recession, causing the project to stall for many years. Through different ownership changes and an unsuccessful rebranding, the tower was later reacquired in 2021 by Jeffrey Soffer, one of the original developers for the Fontainebleau. Soffer stated that the property was in “mint condition” and that it was around 75% finished. This project initiated the start of the recruiting process for the 3,700-room resort and casino and is expected to create thousands of jobs. The long-awaited resort is said to be a symbol of resilience and determination according to Soffer.
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