SugarHouse Casino has submitted a revised expansion plan to the state Gaming Control Board calling for a shorter parking garage, more food and beverage outlets facing the riverfront, an expanded promenade, and a new bike trail.
The city's only casino said in a filing last week that the expansion would cost more than $540 million. The investors behind the project are seeking $410 million in financing to fund construction and refinance part of their existing debt.
The gaming board plans to hold a hearing on the revised plan in May, said Doug Harbach, a spokesman.
SugarHouse became the city's first casino when it opened in September 2010 on Delaware Avenue in Fishtown and Northern Liberties.