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    Brian Hallenbeck
    Friday, March 01, 2024

    DAY NEWSROOM: Day Staff Writer

    Brian Hallenbeck

    Day Staff Writer

    Phone: (860) 701-4354

    Brian Hallenbeck


    By Brian Hallenbeck

    The Mohegan Tribe-owned gaming and entertainment company will retain its 10% ownership interest in Resorts Casino Hotel.
    The panel chaired by U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal finds the documents provided so far are ‘troubling’ and has asked for more information.
    The casino plans more than $20 million in improvements, including a new slots bar and renovations of The Fox Tower hotel rooms.
    Tribal leaders will attend next month’s official grand opening of Inspire, Mohegan’s new resort in Incheon, South Korea.
    An original Crystal Mall tenant, JCPenney is the only store left in an anchor position at the 40-year-old shopping center.
    Called the ‘Impacts of Legalized Gambling in Connecticut,’ the delayed $1.2 million study is said to contain no new revelations.
    Twenty miles west of Crystal Mall, a massive, $425 million plan could transform the site of an open-air shopping center that’s been struggling for years.
    Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun let problem gamblers request to be barred from the casino and its online gaming sites.
    New facility will also serve L+M employees and their families in addition to the public at large.
    On Saturday, Mohegan will open a foreigners-only casino at Inspire, the Mohegan Tribe-owned gaming and entertainment company’s nearly $1.7 billion integrated resort in Incheon, South Korea, portions of which opened late last year.