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MGM National Harbor Fact Sheet

MGM National Harbor Fact Sheet

MGM National Harbor
101 MGM National Avenue
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
(301) 749-7500
mgmnationalharbor.com
 
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Fast Facts
 

  • Opening date: December 8, 2016
  • Project cost: $1.4 billion
  • Location: Eastern shore of the Potomac River in Prince George’s County, Maryland; short distance south of Washington D.C. and across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge from Alexandria, VA
  • Architectural design vision: Modern, bold and powerful design that draws inspiration from the capital’s monumental sense of place and the strength and timeless qualities of its historical monuments   
  • Views: Potomac River, Washington Monument, Capitol Building, Old Town Alexandria, National Harbor
  • 24 stories
  • 234 guest rooms and 74 suites including a Presidential and a Chairman Suite
  • Sustainable features include:
    • LED lighting
    • Water-saving fixtures
    • Bluetooth
    • Wi-Fi technology
  • 3,000-seat theater
  • More than 12 dining options from fast-casual to fine-dining featuring two acclaimed chef-driven restaurants
  • 18,000 square feet of high-end branded retail
  • Two lively bar & lounge experiences
  • More than 125,000 square feet of gaming featuring table games, poker tables, craps, roulette, variations of carnival games, blackjack tables, baccarat tables and slot machines.
  • 27,000-square-foot destination spa and salon
  • 50,000 square feet of meeting and convention facilities with configurations that range from 700 - 16,000 square feet 
  • The MGM National Harbor Heritage Collection, a permanent art collection featuring artwork inspired by the Capital Region’s rich history  
  • President & COO: Melonie Johnson
  • General Contractor: The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
  • Architect of Record: Smith Group JJR
  • Design Architect: HKS Hospitality Group
  • Interior Design: KNA Design
  • Back-of-House Design: Hamilton Anderson Associates
  • Guest Room & Suite Design: Studio GAIA
  • Spa Design: Daroff Designs
  • Landscape Design: Mahan Rykiel
  • MGM National Harbor is a subsidiary of MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM)
     
Food & Beverage Program
Fine Dining
  • Fish by José Andrés – Locally sourced ingredients, international cooking techniques and diverse flavor combinations from award-winning Spanish-American chef José Andrés. Menu features local favorites such as Maryland blue crab, Rappahannock oysters and time-honored dishes such as Tuna Tartare and Lobster Jambalaya. Interior space co-designed by Avenue Interiors and Cappella Garcia
  • Voltaggio Brothers Steak House – The first joint restaurant from the Maryland-native brothers, Bryan and Michael Voltaggio - Playful riffs on classic steakhouse fare include Shrimp Cocktail made with fermented radish and banana ketchup; the Iceberg wedge salad mad


MGM National Harbor Sustainability Fact Sheet

MGM National Harbor Sustainability Fact Sheet

Awards
  • MGM National Harbor has been awarded the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design® (LEED) Gold certification
    • Is the first LEED Gold casino in DMV, second in Prince George’s County
    • Is one of six casinos nationwide with LEED Gold Status 


MGM National Harbor Employment Fun Facts

MGM National Harbor Employment Fun Facts

Pre-Launch
  • 45,000+ applications
  • 6,000 construction workers onsite since breaking ground
Employees
More than 3,600 employees
  • 100 job classifications
  • 48 percent of employees are from Prince George’s County, MD
  • 81 percent of employees self-identify as an ethnic minority


National Harbor - Community Overview

National Harbor - Community Overview

National Harbor is a master-planned eight-year-old micro-city located in Maryland and strategically situated on scenic waterfront on the historic Potomac River, just across from Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia and Washington, D.C. It has rapidly become a tourism destination that attracts more than 12 million visitors annually.


National Harbor CVB Fact Sheet

National Harbor CVB Fact Sheet

National Harbor is a community unlike any other in the DC area. Rising from the banks of the Potomac River, just 15 minutes from DC, National Harbor has more than 3,000 hotel rooms, 150 stores. 30 restaurants, a world-class marina, and the Capital Wheel; all right on I-95.

 



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