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VERONA, NY - Four new retail boutiques have opened in the Tower Hotel at Turning Stone Casino in Verona.

The new shops, which opened today, are owned and operated by Syracuse entrepreneur Joel Shapiro, who owns and operates Mr. The Commons at Turning Stone, owned and operated by Shapiro, includes: Revel: Contemporary men's and women's clothing and casual wear including brands like Tommy Bahama and Robert Graham, and Syracuse University clothing. Juniper: Women's clothing and accessories including Swarovski and Alex and Ani brands. Shapiro currently runs the Syracuse menswear retailer, Mr. The retail store was started by Bernard Shapiro - Joel's father - in the 1960s.

It originally operated out of Shopping Town Mall, moving to Syracuse around 1990.

The new shops replace what Turning Stone originally announced four years ago: a $100 million luxury retail center and entertainment complex on the property.

The 250,000-square-foot center was going to include a six-screen movie theater and a luxury bowling alley, along with 60 upscale shops and several restaurants.

Turning Stone officials abandoned the plan, taking into account the changing retail sector.

Instead, the money targeted for building the shopping center was instead used to construct the new Point Place Casino in Bridgeport, according to Joel Barkin, an Oneida Nation spokesman.

The new shops encompass about 4,500 square feet of retail space.

Oneida Indian Nation Homelands (July 17, 2018) – The Oneida Indian Nation today celebrated the 25th Anniversary of its flagship gaming venue and award-winning destination resort in Upstate New York – Turning Stone Resort Casino.

A packed event in the resort’s Showroom performance venue celebrated the milestone occasion, bringing together hundreds of team members, including more than 150 25-year employees, who have been with Turning Stone since the resort opened.

“Twenty-five years ago, we had a simple goal: we wanted to build lasting, enduring institutions that could support our members, support the surrounding communities, and support jobs that allow for fulfilling careers and professional advancement,” said Oneida Indian Nation Representative and Nation Enterprises CEO Ray Halbritter.

“The proof of our success lies not just in the facilities and buildings that house our enterprises, but also in the people who comprise this community.