A Reimagined Resorts World

Resorts World New York City’s next chapter includes a $5 billion investment as a global entertainment, tourism and cultural destination.

The project also launches vision for ‘Aqueduct Park’ – a community proposal to spur an additional $5 billion investment into housing, parklands, improved public transportation and community initiatives.

The project will include a New State-of-the-Art Entertainment Venue, Greenspace, Luxury Hotel, Conference Center, and $50 million Genting Innovation Campus to House Kenny ‘The Jet’ Smith Academy, Community Healthcare and Wellness Center and Queens STEAM Institute. Aqueduct Park would include 3,000 Units of Workforce House, more than 50 Acres of New & Dedicated Parkspace, and New Transit Connections to JFK and Manhattan.

This will not only transform the entertainment landscape in New York City but benefit all Empire State residents through massive job creation, the development of a world-class entertainment resort and the delivery of billions in tax revenue. Construction jobs to come on as early as this year creating a new economic activity and opportunity in Southeast Queens.

What They Are Saying

“MWBEs, SDVOBs, and other entrepreneurs have historically been left out of game-changing projects, but Resorts World has shown it wants to go above and beyond to open new opportunities,” Rohan de Freitas, Partner, Crescent Consulting

“Resorts World New York City came into our community more than a dozen years ago, and every day since has been a dedicated neighbor who shows up, hears our feedback, and responds to our needs,” Betty Braton, Chair of Queens Community Board 10

“Together we hope to capture the beauty and diversity of food cultures that makes Queens one of the most exciting places in the world to eat.  We’re excited to share an authentic taste of this delicious mosaic,” Chef Marcus Samuelsson

“This is an ambitious project that will give new opportunities to the hard-working families who call Queens home, attract top-tier talent, and build up the next generation of leaders. Clearly, with this project, the world is ours,” Nas