The leading developer of casinos in North America
We are developers of destination casinos, and we are proud of how we have transformed local communities.
IT’S IN OUR DNA
Real estate development is in our DNA. Our affiliates have developed, operated or owned over $60 billion of real estate over the last half-century, including Century City in Los Angeles, Faneuil Hall in Boston and in our home-base of Chicago, we are the team behind some of the city’s landmark properties, including 900 N. Michigan Avenue, The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the Ritz Carlton and Four Seasons.
BUILT FROM THE GROUND UP
We don’t acquire casinos; we build them–from the ground up. We’ve developed each of the six casino and entertainment properties we have operated, with five of them in major metropolitan markets including downtown Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, the Greater Toronto Area, the Capital Region of New York and in the Chicago suburbs. Our 7th is currently underway in Virginia.
Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls was our first project and the $1 bln project that opened in 2004 is widely regarded as the best casino in Canada.
RIVERS CASINO PITTSBURGH
“As one of our most generous community contributors and one of our strongest producers of tax revenue, we count Rivers among the best businesses in Pittsburgh.” –Pittsburgh City Councilman Dan Lavelle
RIVERS CASINO DES PLAINES
“Rivers Des Plaines has delivered on its promises and been a catalyst for prosperity, opportunity and economic attainment for area residents.” -Former Mayor Matthew Bogusz
RIVERS CASINO AND RESORT SCHENECTADY
“Rivers has been catalyst for economic development and tourism in the area and has created numerous opportunities for residents. Rivers Casino and Resort has shown a strong commitment to hiring and training local residents and using local vendors.” -Mayor Gary McCarthy
RIVERS CASINO PHILADELPHIA
“Since the casino broke ground in 2009, it not only created local construction jobs, but was a springboard to permanent jobs, as well as a catalyst for improvements to the neighborhood and surrounding communities.” –Philadelphia City Council president, Darrell Clarke