Suffolk Downs announced Friday that it had submitted a $400,000 non-refundable application fee with the commission to begin the formal process of earning a gaming license.
In June, the race track unveiled plans for a $1 billion Caesars-brand destination resort that includes a hotel, restaurants, retail shops and an entertainment venue, in addition to a casino "
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Suffolk Downs in East Boston, Mass., has submitted a $400000 fee to the state's gambling commission to launch its bid to receive one of three casino licenses authorized by the state legislature late last year, the track said on Friday. The track has ...Read more
Suffolk Downs in East Boston and Plainridge Racecourse in Plainville each cut checks for $400000 to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and filed letters of intent saying they plan to formally apply for a gaming license. Suffolk will be seeking a full ...Read more
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