Wynn Resorts’ newest vision for the company’s land across Broadway from its Encore Boston Harbor casino in Everett includes two hotels with ballrooms, three parking garages, a theater, restaurants, clubs — 1.8 million square feet of development in all.
Most notably, the latest plans also call for gambling, in the form of a poker room and sports-book facility. But for that to materialize, Wynn needs the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to go along.
The 13-acre area largely consists of parking lots today. But that could soon change.
Wynn has made headway in local permitting with the project’s first phase: Everett’s planning board approved a site plan last week, and the city council could vote Monday on a required zoning change to allow gambling to take place there.