Tribal Organization: Pamunkey Indian Tribe
Ingram Avenue at Commerce Road
South Richmond, Virginia
Rendering of the planned Richmond casino resort provided by Pamunkey Indian Tribe.
The Pamunkey Indian Tribe announced plans in Jan. 2020 to build a $350 million casino resort in South Richmond. The tribe will apply for casino authorization from the U.S. Department of Interior under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act rather than persue a commercial casino license from the state. See details
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January 23, 2020
The Pamunkey Indian Tribe announced plans yesterday for a $350 million casino resort in South Richmond. The tribe will seek gaming authorization from the U.S. Department of Interior to build the casino under the federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) rather than seek a commercial license from Virginia under pending legislation.
The Richmond casino proposal is the second for the Pamunkey Indian Tribe. The announcement follows 5 days after signing a land agreement with the City of Norfolk to build a $700 million commercial casino resort on the banks of the Elizabeth River.
The proposed casino site is 36 acres in South Richmond that are located on Ingram Avenue at Commerce Road with primary access from Interstate 95 at Maury Street.
Chief of the Pamunkey Indian Tribe, Robert Gray, made this statement:
"We are very excited about our plans to bring a great resort and casino to Richmond. Not only does this help fulfill the government's intent to use gaming to help us secure our future, but it will also be a great economic boost for the city of Richmond and its citizens."
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