CINCINNATI - City officials said last Friday that Cincinnati does not intend to
open a temporary casino, which is under consideration for Cleveland's casino.
President Matt Cullen of Rock Ventures, parent of the development company, said
Friday the company plans to buy a 20-acre casino site at Broadway Commons by
April. Broadway Commons is on the edge of Downtown between Gilbert Avenue and
Reading Road. The site plan is for a 300,000-square-foot casino with two or
Cincinnati officials say they are pushing for a groundbreaking this November and
a completion date for the casino in mid-2012.
"We're all focused on the permanent location and working on that," said Meg
Olberding, a city spokeswoman.
Penn National Gaming is building the casinos in Columbus and Toledo. The company
has announced it hopes to open both in the second half of 2012. It has no plans
to open a "temporary" casino in either city
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