MGM’s proposed $925 million resort that it would build to house a casino in Prince George’s County would feature a 300-suite hotel, 3,600 slots, 140 table games and seven restaurants.
Some southern Prince George’s County communities are expressing their opposition to National Harbor as the site for Maryland’s sixth casino.
A Maryland panel has found that three applicants are suitable to pursue a license to open a casino near the nation’s capital.
Maryland’s four casinos generated $65.3 million in total revenue for the month of September.
A subsidiary for MGM Resorts International is hosting two information sessions for Prince George’s County businesses relating to MGM’s proposal to build a casino at National Harbor.
One of the three bidders for a Prince George’s County casino site has purchased a 22-acre site in Fort Washington.
Maryland Live! officials plan to break through the casino floor wall with sledgehammers to mark the entrance to a poker room set to open next month.
Maryland’s casinos have exceeded revenue estimates for the recently ended fiscal year.
Some in a small community of 9 homes on Old Fort Road in Fort Washington have already left. Others are having a harder time of it because they don’t have the resources or money to pick up and go.
MGM Resorts made it official Thursday, submitting a bid to build a casino and resort in National Harbor, Maryland.