The Cordish Companies and Caesars donate $150,000 to the Pompano Beach community

October 17, 2023

Topgolf will also feature at the new venue.

The Cordish Companies and Caesars Entertainment have awarded $150,000 to organizations in the Pompano Beach community, surrounding ‘The Pomp,’ through its Community Charitable Funding Grant program.

The grants aim to help local organizations in the area, like Pompano Beach, make a difference by bringing the community back to life through gentrification, as well as improved traffic and public safety and community service programs.

The grant will support organizations in Collier City, Cypress Bend, Palm Aire and Pompano Beach areas.

Under construction in Pompano Beach is one of the largest developments in South Florida. It is a 223-acre destination that is currently under construction and is called ‘The Pomp.’

Once complete the development will behold various amenities such as: entertainment, dining, hotel, retail, residential, office and lifestyle amenities, alongside Harrah’s Pompano Beach casino.

The Pomp will feature 1.3 million square feet of retail and entertainment space, 4,000 luxury residential units, two hotels and 1.4 million square feet of office space.

This will also be the eighth venue where Topgolf will feature, providing technology-driven modern golf experiences.

Furthermore, alongside Topgolf, the venue will feature a full-service restaurant, a rooftop terrace, a patio, a private event space and year-round family-friendly programming. Topgolf is expected to open in late 2023.

Troy Buswell, SVP and GM at Caesars Entertainment commented, “Caesars Entertainment and Harrah’s Pompano Beach are extremely proud to continue to support local organizations in our community.

“The passion and dedication of each of our grant recipients creates a positive impact within our community every day.”


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