Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Tag: Property

Tribal property announced for West Washington

It has been announced by the Sauk Suiattle Indians that the tribe is to develop a casino and bingo property in the west of its native state of Washington. Following multiple unsuccessful attempts by the group to open its own gaming facility a proposal in conjunction with the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe has now been given the go ahead. According to...

Billion Group readies $480m in property projects

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Property company the Billion Group has unveiled $480m worth of property projects for implementation throughout 2018, including the opening of its first casino premises.   The group is committed to creating all-in-one entertainment destinations in previously underserved locations in South Africa, focusing on its pre existing Forest Hill location south of Pretoria and expanding into the eastern Cape and north west...

Genting approved for Miami hotel but casino still in legal limbo

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Malaysian casino giant Genting has successfully struck a deal with county commissioners at Miami-Dade to build a hotel on a small plot of land near the site of its long-proposed Resorts World Miami Downtown casino resort project.   The firm has obtained a 90- year lease on an adjacent oneacre plot of public land, which will house a 300 room hotel...

CBRE eyes Las Vegas strip for 35 acre site

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The world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, CBRE, has listed a 35 acre plot of prime real estate in Las Vegas for Crown Resorts Ltd.   Situated directly across from Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn Las Vegas Resorts, just north of Fashion Show mall, the 35-acre property, with approximately 1,300 feet of strip frontage, traded for...

Potential bidder emerges for Fontainebleau casino

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A deal is on the table for an as-yet-unnamed entrepreneur to acquire the mothballed Fontainebleau casino project on the Las Vegas Strip, and the property could be sold by the end of the summer, according to a brokerage firm handling its sale. Speaking to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, John Knott, executive vice president of CBRE Las Vegas, said: “There’s still...

Connecticut tribes gain nod from BIA on joint venture property

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The two federally recognised tribes in Connecticut have submitted a letter from a leading official at the Department of the Interior to state lawmakers, which they claim lends support to the prospective construction of an additional tribal casino. As reported by the Associated Press, the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes received assurance from acting assistant secretary for Indian Affairs Lawrence...