Foxwoods Casino Is Fighting for Its Life – NYTimes.com

October 16, 2012 Foxwood Casino Goes Broke: Nearly everything about the Foxwoods Resort Casino is improbable, beginning with its scale. It is the largest casino in the Western Hemisphere — a gigantic, labyrinthine wonderland set down in a cedar forest and swamp in an otherwise sleepy corner of southeastern Connecticut.

Forty thousand patrons pack into Foxwoods on weekend days. The place has 6,300 slot machines. Ten thousand employees.

If you include everything — hotel space, bars and restaurants, theaters and ballrooms, spa, bowling alley — Foxwoods measures about 6.7 million square feet, more than the Pentagon. Click on the link below for the complete in-depth story.

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Foxwoods Casino Is Fighting for Its Life – NYTimes.com.

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One Response to Foxwoods Casino Is Fighting for Its Life – NYTimes.com

  1. Brook says:

    Such a sad story of misplaced hope.

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