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Westchester & Fairfield Cheat Sheet: MGM bets big on Empire City Casino, Yonkers Raceway … & more

MGM Resorts drops $850 million on Empire City Casino, Yonkers Raceway

Las Vegas-based MGM Resorts bought Empire City Casino and Yonkers Raceway from its long-lasting proprietors for $850 million. The Rooney family declared in November that they were intending to either offer or accomplice up with another organization following 46 years of proprietorship, LoHud revealed. The arrangement, declared Tuesday, comes as MGM attempts to build its impression in the Northeast. Domain City president and CEO Tim Rooney said the organization searched out a proprietor who could “form [the property] into one of the world’s most prominent amusement goals.”

450 occupations coming to Stamford on account of match of new diversion inhabitants

ITV America and Wheelhouse Entertainment are conveying parts of their organizations to Stamford, the Fairfield County Business Journal revealed. English supporter ITV’s U.S. arm will move “a huge segment of its business activities” into 860 Canal St. in Stamford. Wheelhouse, which was as of late propelled by previous ITV America CEO Brent Montgomery, will move a portion of its activities into a similar building. The moves are relied upon to make around 450 new occupations, as indicated by Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy. [FBJ]

66 townhouses going to the Town of Somers

Westchester-based developer Boniello Development intends to build 66 apartment suite units at 307 Route 100 in the Town of Somers, as indicated by the Real Estate Finance Bureau. Somers Crossing Condominium will be situated opposite The Elephant Hotel. Floor anticipates the site demonstrate a variety of two-and three-room models. The arrangement’s sticker price as of now remains at around $58.4 million, the Real Estate Finance Bureau recording appears.

Claim won’t obstruct plans for self-storeroom in New Rochelle, designer says

A designer with plans to manufacture a self-storeroom in New Rochelle said the venture won’t be ruined by a claim documented against its partner this past spring. BlackMountain Partners documented plans in March to supplant a mechanical working at 2 Birch St. with a 1,182-unit self-storeroom, the Westchester County Business Journal reports. Yet, seven days in the wake of getting city arranging board endorsement toward the finish of April, the modern building’s vender said it wanted to sue the BlackMountain associate that purchased the working for BlackMountain over unspecified “products and stock.” BlackMountain’s executive of acquisitions, in any case, said the organization “[doesn’t] anticipate that it will hold up advancement.”

Equinox rec center slated to open on Fairfield and Westport outskirt this week

Equinox is opening another wellness focus on the fringe amongst Fairfield and Westport. The activity chain obliterated the previous Southport Athletic Club working at 233 Old Post Road to assemble a three-story rec center that ignores Long Island Sound, the Connecticut Post revealed. An Equinox showroom is now up and running at the site, and the wellness focus itself will open on Friday.