www.philly.com, July 23, 2014
Philadelphia officials and SugarHouse Casino executives broke ground on a $164 million expansion to be completed in 2015. The project will more than double the size of the existing facility, to 260,000 square feet, accommodating new restaurants and event space with Delaware River views. Plans also include a new parking garage with 1,500 spaces. SugarHouse opened in September 2010, transforming a former industrial site that once housed the Jack Frost sugar refinery. DMA managed development and will oversee the expansion.
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SugarHouse breaks ground for $164M expansion