BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - News 4 was invited Wednesday to the new Buffalo Creek Casino to get a sneak peak.
Construction crews are hard at work with the goal of having the downtown Buffalo casino up and running by the end of the summer. The casino is just one of many new attractions and businesses taking shape, as the waterfront celebrates a renaissance of sorts.
Jim Wise of the Seneca Gaming Corporation said, "Whether it's additional hotels, hockey rinks, restaurants, retail, we think we're a piece. We're very proud to to be a piece of this growing area in the inner harbor section of Buffalo. There's an enormous amount of good things happening down here and we're happy just to be a contributor to that."
When completed, the casino is expected to employ about 500 people.
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