The field of contenders keeps growing for one of the most coveted economic development prizes in years—one of three casino licenses in New York City that will be awarded early next year in a bidding contest that is drawing local developers who are partnering with Vegas gaming giants.

Two more proposals were made public this week, one involving a vacant site near to the United Nations and the other a beachfront property in Coney Island. Both projects are configured as entertainment districts.

Jack Rogers

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