With less than three months left, New Hampshire casino hasn’t found a buyer

With less than three months left, New Hampshire casino hasn’t found a buyer

Article brief provided by Concord Monitor
  • Sruthi Gopalakrishnan, Concord Monitor
April 16, 2024 8:57 PM
  • Sruthi Gopalakrishnan, Concord Monitor

At the start of the year, Concord Casino was ordered to close its doors and sell the business within six months, but, so far, no buyers have stepped forward to acquire the establishment.

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“There’s been no change in the status of the Concord facility,” confirmed Charlie McIntyre, executive director at New Hampshire Lottery at Monday’s gaming commission meeting. “There has been no sale.”

In a ruling issued in December, Andy Sanborn, the owner and operator of the casino located at 67 South Main St., was ordered to close the gaming establishment and complete its sale within six months, beginning Jan. 1 or risk a two-year license revocation.