Osage Nation breaks ground on relocated Oklahoma casinos

Construction has started on two locations for Osage Nation casinos in Bartlesville and Pawhuska, Oklahoma with both sites expected to be open for business in fall 2022. The relocated casinos will provide easier access to visitors and include hotels, spas, pools and other amenities not offered in the existing spaces. Examiner-Enterprise

Addition at NC casino-resort to open late fall

An opening date has not yet been set, but a $330 million project at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino and Resort in Cherokee, North Carolina is on track to be completed by late fall. The upgrades include a new convention center, a hotel tower with 725 guest rooms and a 2,000-space parking deck. Read the Cherokee One […]

$140M hotel-recreation complex replacing Miss. resort

A $140 million facility comprising of a hotel, youth sports center, 20-acre water park and other features is being built on the site of a former resort in Mississippi. Developers project the first phase of Harrah’s Tunica Resort in Robinsonville to be finished in late summer of next year. Read the The Associated Press story […]

Casino resort may be be in cards for NYC

Bally’s Corp., Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts reportedly are vying to bring a casino resort to New York City, anticipating authorization of a gaming license by the state legislature next month. A source says the prospective project could cost between $2 billion and $4 billion. Read the New York Post story here