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September 25, 2020

It will open with 1,700 solt machines

New us$ 355 million Pennsylvania casino will break ground early October

(US).- Three years in the making, SugarHouse Casino plans to break ground for its slots parlor at 3 p.m. on October 8th, according to the casino operator company.

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eigh Whitaker, a casino spokeswoman, said the ceremony would be attended by the lead investor, Chicago developer Neil Bluhm; Mayor Nutter; City Councilmen Frank DiCicco and Darrell L. Clarke; and the chairman of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, Gregory Fajt. "It's not open to the public," she said.

Last week, the gaming board signed off on financing for the us$ 355 million project, which will include 1,700 slot machines to start with, on a 22-acre parcel straddling Fishtown and Northern Liberties.

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