Nation | Tribe: Poarch Band of Creek Indians
450 NW 37th Ave
Miami, FL 33125
The Wind Creek Miami casino project is an investment of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians from Alabama to buy the casino license and property assets of the Magic City Casino in Miami. The tribe's subsidiary, Wind Creek Hospitality, will redevelop the 30-acre site into a luxury casino resort. A timeline has not been announced. The casino is expected to operate in through 2023 as Magic City Casino without major changes.
Magic City Casino is named for Miami's nickname the "magic city". The casino is located at 450 NW 37th Ave about 3 miles southeast of Miami International Airport. Magic City is a 305,624-square-foot casino that features 800 Vegas-style slot machines, a poker room, and electronic blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat.
Magic City began as a dog racing track in 1932, and over time became a commercial casino in 2009. The Poarch Band of Creek Indians of Alabama purchased the property and casino license in February 2023. The estimated price was around $600 million. The property is now managed by Wind Creek Hospitality, the tribe's gaming and hospitality management company.
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Operating Hours: 10am-2am Sunday-Thursday; 10am-4am Friday-Saturday
800 slot machines
Electronic table games: Blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat
The Sports Club - opens 11:30am daily
Outdoor concert venue
February 14, 2023
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians of Alabama will soon acquire the Magic City Casino in Miami. Last Wednesday the Florida Gaming Control Commission gave conditional approval for the deal to close within 30 days. The closing documents must then be submitted to the commission for final approval.
The purchase price for the Magic City Casino was not disclosed; however, the value is estimated to be around $600 million.
Magic City Casino will be managed by wind Creek Hospitality, the casino and hotel operation of the Poarch Creek Indians. It is expected that Magic City Casino will continue to operate this year without any major changes, and all employees will be retained.
"We are excited to grow our footprint in another major metropolitan area, this time in Miami, Florida. Our expansions in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and now Florida provide us the ability to take care of and grow opportunities for our Tribe. We look forward to becoming a valued partner in the Miami community."
- Stephanie Bryan, PCI Tribal Chair & CEO
"Southern Florida is a natural connection from our properties in Aruba & Curacao, our properties in Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. With close proximity to Miami International Airport, the location is fantastic for players from all Wind Creek properties, and gives Miami locals an easy way to experience the Wind Creek brand everywhere we operate."
- Jay Dorris, Wind Creek CEO & President
Poarch Creek Indian gaming properties are managed by its subsidiary Wind Creek Hospitality. These properties are located in Aruba, Bethlehem (Pennsylvania), Atmore (Alabama), Chicago Southland (Illinois), Curacao, Montgomery (Alabama), and Wetumpka (Alabama).
December 4, 2022
Alabama's Poarch Band of Creek Indians will buy the Magic City Casino in Miami, Florida if approved by the Florida Gaming Control Commission. The purchase price and other details are undisclosed. The tribe operates several commercial casinos across the nation under its subsidiary, Wind Creek Hospitality.[No Ads]
Magic City Casino features 800 slots, a poker room, a sports club and an outdoor concert venue. The address is 450 NW 37th Avenue Miami, FL 33125.
The commission met Thursday to review the application and voted to delay approval to allow time for more disclosure to the public.
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