he consortium includes Clairvest, Navegante Group, GreenStar Services Corporation, Levine Builders and Turner Construction.
The selection of AEG is subject to certain conditions and final documentation including an agreement with the State of New York. “Clairvest believes it has partnered with some of New York’s finest and most proven construction companies,” said Jeff Parr, Co-CEO and Managing Director of Clairvest. “The selection of AEG by the Governor and the legislative leaders recognizes Clairvest’s experience in local market gaming, the strength of our partners and our commitment to supporting the local community.”
The license will grant a minimum 30-year exclusivity to operate the facility which will include at least 4,500 video lottery terminals and a host of complementary entertainment amenities.