Michigan’s Gun Lake On line casino invests $300M to develop into a lodge resort
un Lake Casino has revealed a $300 million undertaking to rework its property close to Wayland, Michigan right into a lodge resort.
The growth is predicted to incorporate a 250-key, four-diamond lodge with suites, rooms, a restaurant and a full-service spa, as reported by WOOD. The on line casino additionally plans to create its personal model of a year-round island oasis with a pool enclosed in a glass dome, sizzling tub, non-public cabanas and a “nightlife leisure house” with reside music, DJs and dancing.
Gun Lake On line casino is within the midst of a $100 million growth, which can add two eating places and house for a further 450 slot machines, 12 new desk video games and a bigger nonsmoking space. The venue is already house to greater than 2,200 slot machines, 47 desk video games, a café, buffet, bars, lounges, reside leisure stage and a sports activities betting space that opened earlier this yr.
Gun Lake On line casino President and Chief Working Officer Sal Semola stated the undertaking is the most important within the on line casino’s 10-year historical past and can assist the encircling neighborhood by offering extra jobs. Close by cities and townships additionally profit from Gun Lake On line casino’s development by way of income sharing, which has totaled $35 million over the on line casino’s decade in enterprise, in line with the Gun Lake Tribe.
The facilities introduced Monday will take form on roughly 250,000-square-feet of property between the present on line casino and US-131. The Gun Lake Tribe expects to start the newly introduced growth as quickly as its present development undertaking wraps up, which is anticipated to occur late this summer season.
The on line casino has generated $2.8 billion for Michigan’s economic system because it opened on Feb. 10, 2011, in line with a report launched by the tribe in February. In that report, the group stated it has invested $415 million within the on line casino whereas instantly paying $502 million in wages.