Last week, Massachusetts Gaming Commission Chairman Stephen Crosby got to see first-hand the progress of the MGM Springfield casino project.
Crosby and other commission members were part of a guided tour of the 14-acre, $950 million casino project. According to Peter Goonan of The Republic, Crosby said. “It’s moving very, very quickly…. to get physically a flavor of what this will be like, is extraordinary.”
MGM Springfield President Michael Mathis said the project remains on schedule, slated to open by September of 2018, aided by good weather. Mathis said it is a very fast-moving project with work on-site and off-site.
MGM Springfield seems ahead of schedule – are you watching MMCT and the State of Connecticut?