The owners of the Isle Casino in Pompano Beach Florida broke ground on a major expansion and renovation that will convert to property to the Harrah’s Pompano Beach. Harrahs became associated with the Pompano Beach property due to the 2020 merger between Las Caesars Entertainment and ElDorado Resorts. The redevelopment of the 221.6-acre property at 777 Isle of Capri Circle is a joint venture between Caesars and the Cordish Cos. The project, will create a dynamic new casino gaming space that’s easier to access and full of amenities under the Harrah’s banner. The first phase of the project will include a 15,000-square-foot expansion of the casino and a four-level parking garage with more than 1,500 spaces. The second phase will be a terrace with 12,500 square feet of outdoor gaming and a bar. The existing casino will also be remodeled. The project is approved for 4,100 multifamily units, 1.5 million square feet of industrial and 1.3 million square feet of commercial uses, including a movie theater, up to 950 hotel rooms, and a 300-seat arena. The Cordish CEO and Chairman is David Cordish.