Certain aspects of Medinah Temple to remain untouched as it transforms into temporary casino
CHICAGO - Officials involved in the development of a temporary casino in River West are working to ease concerns about the remodeling of the historic Medinah Temple.
The landmark used to be an amphitheater and auditorium before becoming a retail space.
Architects involved in the remodeling of the building say the copper domes, third-floor ceiling and stained-glass windows will remain untouched.
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This will preserve the integrity of the original 1912 architecture.
Bally's is putting in a temporary casino until opening up at their permanent location on the Near West Side.