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- How Will the Wynn Boston Harbor Casino Affect Local CRE?Construction has now officially begun on the new Wynn Boston Harbor casino in Everett. And while the venue isn’t set to open until 2019, it is already having a material impact on commercial real estate in the area. The $2.1 billion Wynn Boston Harbor resort, which will actually be on the Mystic River instead of Boston Harbor, will boast more than 600 hotel rooms, more than 4,500 gaming positions, and more than 100,000 SF of dining and retail space. As part of the development process, the casino’s ownership group purchased a number of local properties and parcels which may have been “in the way” of the casino’s approval and future expansion. According to Scott Gredler, a Senior Director at Cushman & Wakefield focusing on the Inner Suburbs, the casino’s decision to “overpay” for some of those properties has created a ripple effect which has distorted the local market somewhat. “Many owners who sold properties... Read more »