Magna Entertainment, which operates the Gulfstream Park Casino & Racing in Hallandale Beach, filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday. Developer Forest City Commercial Development, which is building the $245 million Village at Gulfstream complex of 32 shops, restaurants and nightclubs, said the project will move forward. Magna has defaulted on a $40 million loan payment and has put its racetracks up for sale. Brian Ratner, of Forest City, said the lease will be valid with any new owner.
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