BANGOR, Maine - Hollywood Slots will close its original location in the former
Miller's restaurant next Sunday and move to a new Art Deco-style facility up the
street. The public opening is Tuesday night.
The new location is 8 acres across from Bass Park and includes a 1,500-car
parking structure and a 154-room hotel, which is scheduled to open later this
summer. The casino has 1,000 slot machines with a license to add 500 more in the
future. The price tag for the new facilities is $132 million.
General Manager Jon Johnson hopes the new facilities attract gamblers from
further distances that might otherwise to Connecticut's Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun
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