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Details released for Cincy casino's outdoor plaza

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

On Monday, Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati unveiled details of its urban event plaza.

The plaza will be located adjacent to the front entrance of the casino between Reading Road, Court Street and Eggleston Avenue. 

The casino hopes to bring entertainment, festivals and special events to the plaza.

The event plaza is located, in part, on properties purchased from Hamilton County and the City of Cincinnati. 

In 2011, Hamilton County Commissioners sold a surface parking lot to casino developer Rock Ohio Caesars, and Cincinnati City Council voted to close a small section of Broadway to make way for the plaza.  

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