MGM Resorts secures $3.4B loan for Japan Resort

MGM Resorts secures $3.4B loan for Japan Resort

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MGM Resorts secures $3.4B loan for Japan Resort

Working on a massive integrated resort in Japan, a group headed by MGM Resorts has successfully gotten a $3.4 billion loan from a group of banks. 

MGM Resorts International and Orix Corporation, who each own a 42.5 percent interest in the development, are leading this large-scale project together.

Two large Japanese banks, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking, arranged the massive loan. For the MGM Osaka project, whose estimated total cost is 8.2 billion dollars, this financing represents a major milestone. Notably, this loan is intended for Japan’s first integrated resort, which is expected to open its doors in 2030, and it is the greatest co-financing initiative in the nation’s history.

The project began construction in December. The integrated resort that is being imagined would have about twenty-five hundred hotel rooms, a large number of MICE (meeting, incentives, conferences, and exhibits) facilities, and a casino that will take up approximately three percent of the overall floor area.

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