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All Six Philadelphia Casino Proposals Mapped

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Here's a map to help you get your bearings for the final public casino hearings, which will take place next week. The map is a quick and dirty rundown of all six casino proposals. If you're looking for more detailed information, do check out the links below: the Philadelphia Real Estate Blog has a series of posts with the vital details on each of the proposals.


· Philadelphia Real Estate Blog Casino Series [Philadelphia Real Estate Blog]
· Two Casino Proposals Creep Toward Center City [Curbed Philly]
· Public Input Hearing Schedule [Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board]

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Wynn Philadelphia

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Wynn claims that the casino would anchor the riverfront redvelopment plan and "connect residents to the river for the first time in 200 years," which seems like a bit of a stretch. The casino would, however, come with a public riverfront park.

Hollywood Casino

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The Hollywood Casino is otherwise unspectacular, but it would be majority owned by a public benefit nonprofit with the express purpose of raising money for the city employee pension fund the school district.

Casino Revolution

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The biggest proposed casino is also the furthest away from residential areas, which the developers have noted as a plus.

The Provence

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It's a "french resort" on Broad Street with a casino attached. The selling point is the rooftop open air market and the green space in front.

Live! Hotel and Casino

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This is the only casino proposed by companies who already operate entertainment in the area. It's essentially a big box full of slot machines.

Market 8

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Allegedly "family friendly," Market 8 will have lots of shops and restaurants open to the public. The selling point is also the biggest drawback: it is literally right in the middle of Philadelphia.

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Wynn Philadelphia

Wynn claims that the casino would anchor the riverfront redvelopment plan and "connect residents to the river for the first time in 200 years," which seems like a bit of a stretch. The casino would, however, come with a public riverfront park.

Hollywood Casino

The Hollywood Casino is otherwise unspectacular, but it would be majority owned by a public benefit nonprofit with the express purpose of raising money for the city employee pension fund the school district.

Casino Revolution

The biggest proposed casino is also the furthest away from residential areas, which the developers have noted as a plus.

The Provence

It's a "french resort" on Broad Street with a casino attached. The selling point is the rooftop open air market and the green space in front.

Live! Hotel and Casino

This is the only casino proposed by companies who already operate entertainment in the area. It's essentially a big box full of slot machines.

Market 8

Allegedly "family friendly," Market 8 will have lots of shops and restaurants open to the public. The selling point is also the biggest drawback: it is literally right in the middle of Philadelphia.