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“What we can do for Yonkers, for Westchester, can be achieved if we get live gaming and full-scale gaming, in terms of sports betting, in terms of live table games, providing more entertainment whether it’s in terms of theatrical or sports entertainment,” says MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren.
“This transaction was challenging as the retail market has been recently soft," said Yonkers' NuRealty Advisors, "but our efforts to promote the future value given light of the recent sale of Empire Casino to MGM (in May 2018) was instrumental in our ability to market this property for sale."
Even should a casino not become a part of the project, said Bridgeport Landing Development Administrator Steve Tyliszczak, "We have plans A, B, C, D, E, F and G.”
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Craig Deitelzweig, the president and CEO of Marx Realty, which along with Benenson Capital Partners owns and operates the Cross County Shopping Center, outlined plans for use of the Sears space and said they're looking at expansion.
Only after receiving a full commercial casino license could Empire City also be licensed for sports betting.
The proposal "puts the state at increased and immediate litigation risk from multiple parties," according to a spokesperson for Gov. Ned Lamont.
The idea of a full-scale gaming license for Empire City continues to be a key part of BCW’s legislative agenda, said John Ravitz, executive vice president and COO of the BCW.
"MGM will truly provide Empire City employees and the property's guests with the resources and opportunities to make the casino and track into something we haven't even yet realized," said Timothy J. Rooney, president and CEO of Empire City Casino.
While he expects a House vote on tolls to take place before the legislative session ends on May 9, Aresimowicz did not guarantee passage of the bill.
The report by a consultant to the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes maintains that a new casino would need to generate $1.083 billion in gross gaming revenue annually to offset revenue lost from Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun.
Data suggest southwest Connecticut, not north central, should be home to new gaming.