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Traffic going to and from the proposed Crossroads Casino would use new ramps that would be built along Route I-495

The principals behind Crossroads Massachusetts, LLC gave the Milford Board of Selectmen an updated view of their plans to build the Crossroads Casino resort complex off Route I-495 at a special board meeting held on June 15.

David Nunes and William Warner showed the board seven large, glossy renditions of various aspects of the development. Reflecting concerns voiced by the town and National Grid, the project has been moved closer to the interstate highway to avoid wetlands, away from the high-power transmission lines, and rely solely on new I-495 ramps to move traffic in and out of the site.

Phases I and II of the project would occur on a 40-acre site, with another 50 acres reserved for future development. Phase I would include a 300,000 square-foot "low rise" casino building housing up to 3,000 slot machines and 100 table games; up to 5,354 parking spaces in surface parking lots and a five-level parking garage; and a 10-story, 300-room hotel. Phase II would increase the number of slot machines to 4,500; hotel rooms to 600; parking spaces to 5,204; and, add a retail shopping area.

"In a destination site, you have a little bit of something for everyone," Warner said, as he spoke of the "amenities" throughout the buildings. The interior design would be high-quality because "you make sure that there is energy throughout the whole casino floor," he said.

For more on this topic, be sure to read the June 25 issue of The Town Crier.

Plans submitted to the Board of Selectmen on June 15 show the site plan for Phase I of the proposed Crossroads Casino in Milford

Detailed view of the proposed casino floor plan

As the casino complex expands, a retail shopping area (lower left) would be added

Concept design for the exterior of the proposed casino/hotel complex

The second phase would expand the hotel from 300 to 600 rooms

How the casino complex would look to guests arriving at the hotel

The entry view when the hotel doubles in size to 600 rooms

A "bird's eye" view of Phase I of the proposed casino complex

Phase II would double the size of the hotel


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