Bankroll Club — a novel, tech-based sports and entertainment center with a Stephen Starr restaurant — is planning to occupy the Chestnut Street building that once housed the landmark Boyd Theater.
A liquor-license application was recently posted on the building at 1910 Chestnut St., as noted on the Philadelphia Industrial HeritageFacebook group. A sign application with the city Planning Commission also says the project will occupy the GAP outlet store next door, now currently occupied.
Representatives of Bankroll were not immediately available for comment. Marc Rayfield, a former CBS Radio executive who is an investor, told The Inquirer in early 2021 that it will be a restaurant where customers can view games and other entertainment events — like a sports bar.
Bankroll customers can use a proprietary app to make it a more immersive experience.
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