First Glass Installed At Hard Rock’s 450-Foot Guitar Tower

The Seminole Hard Rock’s guitar-shaped tower is getting a beautiful glass curtain wall, new photos show.

Installation began last month.

The 36-story, 450-foot tower is part of a massive $1.5 billion expansion at the tribe’s Hollywood property, including new hotel, casino and entertainment space.

The expansion includes:

  • A Guitar-shaped tower – which the tribe says is “soon to become one of the world’s most recognized landmarks.”
  • 806 new hotel rooms, bringing the total to over 1,300
  • Casino space doubling in size with 3,267 slot machines, 178 table games, and 18,000-square foot poker room
  • A 10-acre pool complex
  • 60,000 square feet of new retail and restaurant space
  • Rebuilt $100 million, 7,000 seat Hard Rock Live theater

Completion is scheduled for mid-2019.

 

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Anonymous

TFW an f-ing guitar looks better than most Arquitectonica buildings.

Anonymous

Awesome!

Anonymous

Casino Business is booming!! Next building Should be in the shape of…….

Anonymous

… coral.

Anonymous

PENIS

Anonymous

Dick?
2Boobs?
A female leg with a red high heel?
Trump hairdo?
Big bulging eyes like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s?
A hideous horse? There’s one in Hallandale

suomynona

Slot machine?

Giant poker chip?

Large cocktail glass?

Anonymous

A hooker?

Anonymous

a retiree with empty pockets, because he gambles is social security check away and next to it a Seminole and a politician with full pockets..

Anonymous

I’m always so morbidly in shock to see these types of development going on in the middle of the Everglades away from urbanity while our city centers and urban centers are dead

Anonymous

It is not in the middle of the Everglades. It is on 441.

Anonymous

It may not be in the middle of the Everglades but he or she is correct about everything else.

Anonymous

Thanks, glad to see somebody else agrees with me. Everywhere else in the world, city centers are teeming with culture, entertainment and business. In the U.S. the suburbanization or what I call the suburban sprawl decentralized our cities, turned our cities into a conglomerate of small dead small towns rather than active, vibrant cities.

Anonymous

hahahah what???

Anonymous

Watch the City allow a casino in downtown, and you’ll see something special

Anonymous

With developments like Metropica happening next to Sawgrass, it will be downtown FLL west in 10 years.