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Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia – World-Class Hotel, Dining, and Entertainment
A world-class gaming, hotel, dining, and entertainment destination has now opened its doors in Philadelphia’s Stadium District. The Cordish Companies’ Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia features more than 100 000 square feet, 2100 slots and 150 live action table games, as well as a one-of-a-kind sports restaurant with a 445-seat capacity, a 200+ room boutique hotel, a 2700-space parking garage, and live entertainment venues.
Beaubois woodwork can be seen throughout the signature steakhouse, the Luk Fu Asian restaurant, the distinctive sports bar, and more. This includes an extensive range of craftsmanship and materials, from marble countertops in the restaurants and gold-plated Chinese characters integrated into custom furniture, to a remarkable oval-shaped rustic larch bar and leather booths in both restaurants and the back-of-house. The back-of-house additionally features laminate shelving and storage units, made in a range of wood species and metals with custom finishes. In the bars and back-bars copper, glass, and brass accents create a dramatic look and feature a range of custom finishes and colours.
Most dining areas showcase high ceilings with rustic larch beams, which Beaubois developed in collaboration with engineers to guarantee their structural stability. Other ceilings brought together by Beaubois feature decorative, black steel beams and an acrylic cloudscape. In the twelve-story luxury hotel, the team installed vanities with marble countertops. The facilities also feature structural walls, constructed by Beaubois using glass and steel.
This project incorporated an extensive array of materials, finishes, colours, and techniques. Meticulous work provided by specialists operating in the Beaubois facilities allowed for quick and efficient installation on-site. Despite obvious challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the project was completed within the intended timeframe.