The announcement came Tuesday at a grand opening at the Power Plant in Baltimore.
Phillips Seafood will open a new restaurant at the Maryland Live! Casino at Arundel Mills, the company announced Tuesday. Best known for their crabs and seafood dishes, Phillips will be included in the casino as part of the “Live! Market” section of the complex. The announcement came after a grand opening ceremony at the Power Plant in Baltimore. Steve Phillips, president and CEO of Phillips Foods & Seafood Restaurants and David Cordish, chairman and CEO of The Cordish Companies said their successful partnership in Baltimore paved the way for Phillips’ addition to the gaming center at Arundel Mills. “Just as Phillips’ has become a tremendous new addition to the Power Plant, it is sure to become a favorite at Maryland Live! Casino,” Cordish…
Cordish Co. is looking at a program that is meant to use foreign investment to create U.S. jobs.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
In an effort to increase funding for its Maryland Live! project at Arundel Mills, the Cordish Co. is seeking Chinese investors and luring them with the promise of a green card in exchange for an investment of $500,000, according to a report from the Washington Post. The article reveals that developers are using more than just financial profit to get foreign investors interested in the project. "On the first Saturday in September, about 50 well-off Chinese crowded into a fourth-floor conference room in a high-rise on fashionable Nanjing Road to listen in hushed silence to an unusual sales pitch. For a mere $500,000 investment, they were told, the participants could receive a coveted American green card to allow them and their family members…