Las Vegas Sands looking for casino location at Long Island
Las Vegas Sands Corporation is looking for a location in Long Island to build a casino.
Las Vegas Sands is looking for a casino location at Long Island. The company needs to secure a state license to operate a gambling facility. Paterson and other Sands executives spoke at the joint meeting of the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce and the Suffolk County Alliance of Chamber.
Sands representatives informed that the state gaming commission will open the application window next month. No licenses are expected to be issued before late 2023. Long Island's proximity to LaGuardia and Kennedy Airports makes it attractive for casino development.
Las Vegas Sands is looking for a casino location at Long Island. The most important thing about the location of a casinos is proximity to the airports.
Queens and Brooklyn are considered as possible casino sites. Las Vegas Sands has also looked at the UBS Arena in the Belmont Park area in Elmont.
The future facility should include large conference rooms. Las Vegas Sands Corporation continues its quest for a permanent location in the Long Island area.