Another investment in downtown Baltimore. The Cordish Company is re-launching Power Plant Live!
Slots setback. No casino will be opening at Arundel Mills this year. The Cordish Company says instead it will have a temporary facility up and running in June of 2012.
A major gas leak near a popular mall brought hazmat crews to the scene.
What had been the latest roadblock to slots at Arundel Mills may turn out to be the last. A settlement has kicked it out of court.
The developer who won the battle to get slots at Arundel Mills is suing the owners of Pimlico and the Preakness for, among other things, trying to block slots at the mall.
There has been a ceremonial step forward to the most lucrative slots casino in the state.
Maryland’s slots commission is getting an update on plans to open a temporary casino at Arundel Mills Mall this year.
This time next year, there will be an added attraction at Arundel Mills Mall: slots.
A developer says a temporary casino with 2,000 slot machines and a limited-menu bar would be built on the ground floor of a parking garage next to a shopping mall.
The countdown is on until some major retailers open up its doors—and its deals.