California tribe set for new casino

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California’s Table Mountain Rancheria tribe is poised to develop a new casino, entertainment and accommodation venue.

According to an environmental report the group is to construct a new leisure destination and in turn transfer its tribal offices to its current casino property.

The new development will be just 900 feet west of the current tribal buildings and is being designed as a future-proof gaming facility. The tribe’s existing venture was first constructed in 1987 and represents one of the oldest gaming properties in the state.

The current casino has approximately 72,000 square feet of gaming floor space, featuring more than 2,000 slot machines, 40 gaming tables, poker games and bingo.

This latest development project would see this increase to 110,000 square feet, as well as the construction of a 14-level hotel with 151 rooms.

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