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Hudson Yards wants to open a casino like in Las Vegas


Alina Prikhodko

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Some might say that Hudson Yards already has enough massive, dystopian glass structures, but one real estate firm thinks otherwise. According to Time-out, a multibillion-dollar megaproject is proposed to build a complex worth $12 billion, which will consist of several buildings with apartments, office space and a hotel with a casino.

They want to build a new complex over the West Side Rails. It consists of 30 tracks owned by the MTA. The plan was proposed by real estate giant Related Companies in conjunction with Wynn Resorts. It includes 1500 apartments, a school, a hotel and a casino.

“We look forward to unveiling our complete plan, which will deliver thousands of jobs, billions in revenue and community benefits, as well as a new park, affordable housing, school and more,” said John Weinstein, executive vice president of corporate communications for the company. Related Companies.

One proposed project calls for a five-story Las Vegas-style casino to be housed in an 80-story skyscraper. In addition to the casino, it will have 1 rooms, a conference center and retail space. The neighboring building will house 750 residential units and create open public space between the buildings.

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Another potential plan includes 5 buildings but excludes a casino. The New York Gaming Commission will only issue three casino licenses to the city. Several high-profile contenders are vying for these licenses, including a new project near the UN building and another in Times Square.

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