As more people expected to come, residents call for more security
Workers put the finishing touches on the Resorts World Casino’s second floor, which will open to the public on Friday.
Employees have been working around the clock to prepare for the opening on Friday.
Crockfords Casino is invite-only and includes 64 video lottery terminals.
The view of the racetrack from one of the casino's outdoor terraces.
Workers put the finishing touches on the Fifth Avenue Casino before residents are expected to flood the area at the end of the week.
Genting Palace will offer Chinese cuisine by chefs from Hong Kong.
The Fifth Avenue Casino, which opens on Friday, includes 2,240 video lottery terminals and 270 electronic table games. Resorts World will open the facility at 1 p.m.
Penguins, snowmen and polar bears greet gamblers at the casino's entrance.
The Fifth Avenue Casino, located above the Times Square Casino, will be open to the public.
Resorts World New York City President Michael Speller gave the media a sneak peek of the second and third floors on Monday.
Once the end of the week arrives, the hard hats will be gone and the gamblers will arrive.
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