Is the Seneca Nation going to be building a new casino in Erie County? What is happening with all the land that the Seneca Nation bought in Western New York?

The Seneca Nation is in the process of purchasing a good amount of land in Erie County. Many people on social media thought and hoped that there would be a new casino coming to Western New York.

That is not the case. The 70+ acres of land that is bought will be used for residential housing.

The Seneca Nation bought 74.4 acres along Bush Road for $396,000 from Thomas Huff, Valerie John, Jean Huff, Betty Nephew and David Owl, according to Sept. 2 filings in the Erie County Clerk’s office. The land will be developed into single family homes of varying sizes for Seneca Nation members, similar to projects in southern Erie County and on its Allegany and Cattaraugus territories", according to Buffalo Business First.

If you love going to the casino from time to time, where is the closest casino to Buffalo? What are other casinos close to Buffalo? They might not be close, but here are ALL of the casinos in New York State and Southern Canada. The list is in order from closest to Buffalo to furthest.

  1. Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino
  2. The Fairgrounds Gaming
  3. Seneca Niagara Casino
  4. Seneca Niagara Resort + Casino in Canada
  5. Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Irving
  6. Seneca Gaming and Entertainment, Salamanca
  7. Seneca Gaming and Entertainment, Oil Spring-Cuba
  8. Finger Lakes Farmington
  9. del Lago in Waterloo
  10. Lakeside in Union Springs
  11. Point Place Casino in Bridegport
  12. Yellow Brick Road Casino
  13. Turning Stone
  14. Tioga Downs & Casino
  15. Saratoga
  16. Resorts Casino
  17. Empire City in Wonkers
  18. Nassau Downs
  19. Jake's 58
  20. Akwesasne Mohawk Casino

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