State Clears Way For Everett Casino Expansion

State gaming regulators decided Wednesday to interpret the 2013 casino referendum in Everett to have authorized gaming on not just the current site of Encore Boston Harbor but also at least one other swath of land across the street, clearing the way for the resort-style casino’s expansion to move ahead.

Everett Casino Expansion Forces New Look at 2013 Vote

As Encore Boston Harbor looks to expand its gambling offerings into a new development across the street from its existing casino, state regulators are revisiting the 2013 referendum through which Everett voters backed the casino to try to suss out exactly what it was that city residents approved.

Is the Sky Just the Start?

Real estate was always a side hustle for Ricky Beliveau until a series of condo conversions opened the door to a new career. Six years later, he’s working to build a 21-story luxury tower in Everett’s rapidly-transforming industrial zone.

SJC Orders Discovery into Everett Casino Land Deal

The actions of the Mass. Gaming Commission almost a decade ago could be put under a new microscope after the Supreme Judicial Court ruled Monday that a lower court should look more closely at the “highly unusual character of the commission’s actions” related to the award of a casino license to Wynn Resorts and the casino company’s purchase of land in Everett.

Has Mass. Lost Its Casino Bet?

The two large resort-style casinos won approval from state regulators in no small part due to their perceived potential to be engines of economic development. A new study throws doubt on that hope.

Turning Brownfields into Green

For 24 years, Bob Delholme and Charter has been at the center of projects as complex as decontaminating the Encore Boston Harbor casino site. He and his company Charter are now taking a central role in unlocking Lynn’s industrial waterfront for future development.