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Sands Proposes Long Island Casino
Casino brands are always looking to expand regardless if it’s abroad or in the country they originated. Currently, New York has been buzzing as the state’s gambling commission has approved 3 casino gaming licenses, but the holders of these licenses are yet to be determined.
Sands is a big brand name in the world of casinos and it has its home in Vegas. But it’s looking to expand as well because the officials of Sands have issued a casino proposition to the officials of the NY Gambling Commission.
Another Bid for New York Grounds
The project is going to take up the site of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. This is a place located on Long Island and if it turns into a casino it will change the community forever. This is why Sands’ proposal is being reviewed.
There are other brands looking to nab a spot in New York, but the commission is the one that decides who the lucky winners will be. There are only 3 licenses available and only those projects that fulfill the commission’s conditions will get a license.
The Sands proposition will have all visitors in mind. So, the casino complex will have a casino floor some hotel rooms, bars and restaurants, and some pools too. This means that casino fans will be able to enjoy their favorite games at a new venue and any other kinds of visitors can go in for a drink or enjoy a delicious meal. People are also welcome to stay in the hotel rooms.
Another great thing about the Sands project is that it’s looking to cooperate with community businesses to keep good relations in the area. The project officials will turn to the community when they need a workforce to build the casino complex from scratch and staff it which means the community has some benefits from it as well.
But all this is just a concept that’s waiting to be executed if approved. The commission will have busy days ahead of itself as it needs to decide which casino brands get the licenses.
The Sands is a big brand in the casino industry and is looking to build a second home for itself in New York. A proposition has been sent to the NY Gambling Commission and time will tell if the commission will go for that kind of project or not.