In a USA Today
special titled “All in: Gambling options proliferate across USA,” Matt Villano discusses the increase in casino gambling and entertainment options across the nation.
As the numerous casinos vie for entertainment dollars, many are going a step beyond slot machines and gaming tables. For example, Cleveland’s Horseshoe Casino, currently housed in the historic Higbee building, gets props for its architecture.
“Smack in the middle of the Public Square neighborhood in downtown Cleveland, the Horseshoe's claim to fame is the building in which it occupies. The Art Deco Higbee Building dates to 1931, and was the city's first department store. The building (and surrounding Tower City Center complex) was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.” Villano notes.
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