“That flow is something that’s very important to us,” said Kline. “We want to be a big contributor for reinvesting money back into the community and creating a destination that really helps further the vitality and vibrancy of downtown Cincinnati.”

The $400 million, 400,000-square-foot facility will be located in downtown Cincinnati and will feature three restaurants, a buffet, 85 table games, a VIP players’ lounge with high limits and a World Series of Poker room.

Casino officials project that Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati will generate $100 million in gaming tax revenue every year.

The casino will be the last of four Ohio casinos approved by voters in 2009 to open in the state. The Horseshoe Casino Cleveland opened earlier this year as well as the Hollywood Casino Toledo.

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