Proposed Yavapai-Prescott Indian Casino and Resort Moves Forward
February 19, 2016
Plans are moving forward on the new Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe's casino and
resort. It will be a facility of an estimated 50,000 square feet off of Highway
69 and the Yavpè Connector.
Soil sampling is currently being conducted. A geotechnical analyses has to be
completed for the 12 acre property. After the study is done, then the company
that will handle to project design will be named.
So far there is no opening date for the new casino resort until the study is
completed and the ground is broken.
The resort will have 80 guest rooms. There will be room for meetings and events.
Plans also include a variety of restaurants.
Two casinos are already operated by the tribe. They are the Yavapai Casino, and
Bucky's located at their Prescott Resort and Conference Center.
The current gaming compact between the tribe and state allows for a total of 90
game tables and 566 slot machines. When the new casino resort is completed the
tribe plans to move a portion of the games from the other two casinos. However
the exact division has not been released.
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