Coronavirus: SkyCity NZICC construction resumes, set to be

The new completion date for NZICC project was January 2, 2025 as the impact of Covid-19 was likely to affect the construction industry for "some time to come," SkyCity said in a statement released Auckland City is the largest city in the Pacific and is recognised as one of the best places in the world to live, work and play in. The NZICC will be woven into the heart of the city’s fabric, within walking distance to over 6,000 hotel rooms, world leading universities, innovation hubs and key tourist infrastructure. Sky City had initially budgeted $402 million for the NZICC. This has been revised up to $450-470 million, even after a slight reduction in the size of the venue. Add other capital expenditure taking place around the NZICC project and the redevelopment of the Adelaide property and SkyCity is starting to stretch itself thin. World class entertainment complex & casino in the heart of Auckland's CBD. Enjoy 20 bars & restaurants, 2 hotels, a casino, a theatre & the iconic Sky Tower. Those delays had already caused the casino operator to review all of its 2020 bookings, and it has been in consultation with union delegates over the likely loss of eight jobs from its existing March 2001: Sky City acquires a 50.2% interest in Force Corporation Limited, a cinema entertainment company, which is renamed Sky City Leisure Limited. June 2000: Sky City acquires the Adelaide Casino in South Australia. December 2000: Sky City Queenstown opens. February 1996: Sky City Limited begins operation and lists on the NZX. Adelaide casino operator SkyCity expects to partially resume its NZ operations starting today after firefighters gained control of a major fire at its NZ construction project after a 44-hour battle.

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