Aug 26 2009

Baltimore Casino Rendering Lacks Luster…Disappoints

Published by at 10:26 pm under Downtown,Uncategorized

Baltimore City Entertainment Group released the rendering of the proposed casino along Russell Street in Baltimore.  If approved, the slots parlor will be the first to be constructed in Maryland since the referendum passed in November. 

The rendering of the proposed building, however, has disappointed many who were expecting a more grand design.  The rendering shows a 2 story building that resembles a shopping mall.  There will be a 5 story parking garage adjacent to the new building.

Construction is expected to begin as soon as contaminated soil can be remediated at the site and is expected to be completed by 2011.

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One Comment to “Baltimore Casino Rendering Lacks Luster…Disappoints”

  1. Joshuaon 07 Sep 2009 at 11:30 pm

    Is it just going to be slots or will it also have card games, roulette, & craps? Slots are boring compared to poker, IMO. I only hear people talking about slots, but it’s either a casino (with cards) or it is a “slots parlor” (just slots). I don’t see how it can provide all those jobs if it is just slots- speaking as former dealer!

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