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The recently expanded Mount Airy Casino Resort in Mount Pocono, PA


Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square Lancaster, PA


The Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square, which is attached to the Lancaster County Convention Center, is currently in the midst of an expansion to its East Tower. Slated to open in the first half of 2019, the tower, with 12 new floors, will add 110 rooms to bring the total sleeping rooms at the hotel to 416.


“The East Tower will fulfill a crucial role in attracting more large events to the Lancaster County Convention Center,” said Mark Fitzgerald, president and COO of High Real Estate Group. “The convention center has proved itself to be an economic engine and a catalyst for growth and investment in Lancaster. We’re delighted to be able to help this important community asset realize its full potential.”


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A new, 6,500-square foot restaurant and bar will occupy the first floor, while a rooftop bar with a sidewalk entrance and a signature Marriott M Club will be part of the East Tower, as well. Cooper Carry Inc. of Atlanta designed the East Tower expansion with High Construction Company erecting it. The property is owned by the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Lancaster.


Mount Airy Casino Resort Mount Pocono, PA


Mount Airy Casino Resort officially opened its multi-million-dollar expan- sion on May 3, 2019. The resort’s luxury amenities include a top 100 golf course, spa, a music and comedy venue, along with gaming. The expan- sion includes a 100-plus room hotel addition with luxury suites that feature


private bars, art deco bath tubs and a local twist with custom-designed Amish furniture. Among its "wow" fac- tors is the 21,000-square foot event center's entrance, which features a custom designed 20-foot long chande- lier.


As the largest event center attached to a casino outside of Atlantic City and Las Vegas, the venue - designed by internationally renowned architects The Friedmutter Group - spares no expense, from custom-designed light- ing and artwork to a locally-sourced and organic menu.


In addition, the owner of Mount Airy Casino Resort, the state’s only family- owned casino and Pennsylvania’s first AAA Four-Diamond casino resort, also has plans to open Mount Airy


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