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Tribe makes record distributions, plans casino expansion
posted on Nov 26 21

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will distribute an all-time high allocation of $8,840 per tribal member due to the success of its two North Carolina casinos in this year’s second and third quarters. In addition, the tribe will break ground in February or March on a $275 million expansion of the Valley River Casino in Murphy, which is expected to include more gaming space, a hotel tower, a cafe and a spa. The Smoky Mountain News

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Primark to open store at Acadia Realty’s Brooklyn property
posted on Nov 26 21

Irish retailer Primark is opening a 70,000-square-foot store in Downtown Brooklyn next year at Acadia Realty Trust and Washington Square Partners’ 445 Albee Square West project. The space it is taking was formerly occupied by Century 21. Commercial Observer

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Arby’s, Sonic parent assembles Atlanta ghost kitchen
posted on Nov 24 21

Inspire Brands introduced an Atlanta ghost kitchen called Alliance Kitchen to serve off-premises orders from its portfolio of quickserve brands including Arby’s, Jimmy John’s, Buffalo Wild Wings and Sonic Drive-In. Customers can place delivery orders through the brands’ apps as well as via third-party delivery services. CNBC
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Mall at Stonecrest in Georgia gets SeaQuest aquarium
posted on Nov 24 21

A SeaQuest aquarium debuted recently at the Mall at Stonecrest in Georgia. The more than 25,000-square-foot aquarium has indoor and outdoor interactive exhibits housing 1,200 animal species from five continents. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Six Senses coming to Kyoto, Japan
posted on Nov 23 21

Six Senses is planning to open a hotel and spa in Kyoto, Japan, in 2024, the brand’s first property in the country. The spa will combine “traditional healing and Japanese Zen culture” and include a lounge and shopping venue for skin care and wellness products. Business Traveller

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