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Hialeah Park officials bought land just north of the Florida Keys and built a fronton using a state law that granted them an extra pari-mutuel permit.
The whole setup, as dictated by our state laws, is that a poker room can exist only if there’s a horse track, dog track or jai-alai fronton attached.
Just by comparison, the frontons at the Casino @ Dania Beach and at Casino Miami, which are near-deserted, still garner about $200,000 per month in bets.
A fronton -- the name for a jai alai court -- is a lot smaller than a dog track, so the casino can convert to jai alai and free up a lot of space to expand its casino or add entertainment space to attract more customers.
West Flagler Associates, Ltd. has applied for a pari-mutuel permit that would bring a jai-alai fronton to 3000 Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami, near Edgewater, the Design District and Midtown.
The owners of Magic City, West Flagler Associates, have applied for a pari-mutuel permit that would bring a jai-alai fronton to downtown Miami, near Edgewater, the Design District and Midtown.
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Origin and Etymology of fronton
First Known Use: 1896See Words from the same year
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