Caesars Entertainment sends in bid to Albany for proposed casino

The $750 million project would be built on

The $750 million project would be built on a lot between Harriman Metro-North station and a former Harriman chemical plant. (Credit: News 12 )

Caesars Entertainment has shipped off 6,000 applications to Albany in a bid to build a casino in Woodbury.

About a dozen developers are in the running for up to four casino licenses to be granted in New York. The Town of Tuxedo is also making a bid for a casino resort to be built by Genting Americas around Sterling Forest.

The competition is fierce, but local officials say Caesars will...

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