Casino developer eyes Hudson Valley location

The competition is growing as another developer has submitted plans for a casino complex in the Hudson Valley. Developer Greenetrack wants to build on 140

Greenetrack wants a casino and 14-story hotel in

Greenetrack wants a casino and 14-story hotel in New Windsor.

NEW WINDSOR - The competition is growing as another developer has submitted plans for a casino complex in the Hudson Valley.

Developer Greenetrack wants to build on 140 acres at Breunig Road and International Boulevard in New Windsor, close to the Stewart International Airport. Plans include a casino with a 100,000-square-foot gaming floor, a 14-story hotel and seven restaurants.

Caesars and several other mega-casino chains have already rolled out their proposals to make Orange County the next Atlantic City. Public hearings on all the proposals are being held.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has given the green light for four casinos to be built upstate. A final decision about the locations is not expected until the fall.

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