MGM Resorts International has announced that it plans to cut the size of its casino development in Springfield by nearly 14 percent.

In a notice of project change filed late last week with Massachusetts environmental regulators, MGM said it planned to reduce the scope of the project by 122,000-square feet.

The most recent filing with the state calls for a reduction in retail and restaurant space, a smaller bowling alley and movie theater, and the elimination of 387 parking spaces in the casino garage.

The company announced last month it was eliminating a 25-story hotel tower and replacing it with a six-story hotel that would include the same 250 rooms.

MGM has said it remains committed to Springfield and the targeted completion date for the project is still September 2018.