(Summit County) - A topping off ceremony was held at the new Hard Rock Rocksino in Northfield Village.
Project leaders signed a steel girder that was lift to the highest point of the gambling an entertainment center which remains under construction.
Northfield Park and Milstein Entertainment CEO and Chairman Brock Milstein announced that Cleveland Browns legend Bernie Kosar will be a part of the new operation.
The Rocksino will host Kosar's Wood-Fired Grill, a sports themed steakhouse that will outline and highlight the former quarterback's career.
Brock Milstein watches as Bernie Kosar signs his name.
The 200,000 square-foot, $265 million dollar facility is set to open in December, and will feature 2,300 slots-like video lottery terminals. It will also have a nearly 2,000 live music hall, a comedy club, and a 300 seat buffet room.
General Manager Jon Lucas says the project has already created hundreds of new constructions jobs, but now they are looking to hire 700 staffers. A job fair is set for September 12th.
(Photos by Ken Robinson/WTAM)