Greenwood Racing Acquires The Inn at Fox Chase, Plans Major Renovation

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BENSALEM, PA — Greenwood Racing Inc., the parent company of Parx Casino®, announced that a subsidiary has acquired The Inn at Fox Chase. Located at 3327 Street Rd, Bensalem, PA 19020, the acquisition marks the start of a significant expansion for the gaming and entertainment company.

The 167-room hotel, built in 1988, will undergo extensive renovations over the next 6 to 12 months. Enhancements will include updates to guest rooms and public areas, as well as transforming the top floor into 16 new suites. The six-story hotel also features an outdoor pool, fitness center, over 2,000 square feet of meeting space, and an on-site restaurant.

Despite the renovations, the hotel will remain open, ensuring guests continue to enjoy their stay. Current reservations and group bookings will be honored, and eligible employees will have the opportunity to remain employed under the new ownership.

Eric Hausler, CEO of Greenwood Racing Inc., expressed enthusiasm about the acquisition. “For several years, we have been exploring adding a hotel to the Parx complex as we continue to broaden the appeal and geographic reach of the Parx Casino® brand. We welcome the Inn at Fox Chase employees to the Parx family and look forward to creating a first-class leisure experience for our guests over the coming months,” said Hausler.

Greenwood Racing plans to work closely with the local community, guests, and staff to ensure a smooth transition. More details about the renovation and rebranding will be released in the upcoming months.

The Inn at Fox Chase represents a strategic addition to the Parx Casino® complex, aiming to enhance the overall customer experience and expand its market reach. The forthcoming upgrades and rebranding efforts are expected to attract more visitors and create a premier destination for leisure and entertainment.

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