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Seneca Nation won't be financing New York commercial casino


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Artist's rendering of proposed Traditions at the Glen facility. Image from Think Big, Really Big

The Seneca Nation won't be investing in a proposed commercial casino in New York.

Seneca Gaming Corporation was brought on solely as a manager for the $150 million Traditions at the Glen. The financial backers haven't been disclosed.

“At this time now, we’re not ready to disclose the financiers that we have in the project," ” Bill Walsh, whose family owns the existing facility, told The Elmira Star-Gazette.

The Senecas manage and operate three Class III gaming facilities and one Class II gaming facility. Another Class II facility will open this summer.

Get the Story:
Seneca Gaming would operate Traditions casino (The Elmira Star-Gazette 5/23)
Seneca to seek state license for casino (The Albany Times-Union 5/23)

Related Stories:
Seneca Nation enters commercial gaming project in New York (5/22)

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