Nothing evokes the jet-set glamour of Monte Carlo days and Casablanca nights like a chic casino moniker. SugarHouse missed that mark by a mile, but surely the companies vying for Philly’s second gambling license recognized the opportunity and really took their time with their most important marketing asset, right?
- The Provence, Tower Entertainment, 400 North Broad Street
- Wynn Philadelphia, Wynn Resorts, 2001 Beach Street
- Stadium Casino, Stadium Casino, 900 Packer Avenue
- Casino Philadelphia, Market East Associates, 8th and Market streets
- Convention Center Casino, North Broad Street Partners, 15th and Race streets
- Hollywood Casino Philadelphia, Penn National Gaming Inc., 700 Packer Avenue
Right. Just because you can’t have The Liberty Bellagio doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have stopped trying, people. [Curbed Philly]