Nation | Tribe: Nisqually Indian Tribe
Gateway Boulevard Northeast
Lacey. Washington 98516
Quiemuth Resort is a proposed casino resort in Lacey, WA. The property will include a 155,000-square-foot casino, a 350-room hotel, 42,000 square feet of restaurants, an entertainment space, and a Nisqually Indian Tribe cultural center.
Quiemuth Resort Property Location
The Nisqually Indian Tribe is seeking federal and local approval for a large casino resort to be named the Quiemuth Resort. Quiemuth is pronounced "kway-mooth".
The Nisqually owns 250 acres of off-reservation land in Lacey, Washington. A parcel of 74 acres is planned for the casino property. For gambling authorization, the 74-acre site must be apporoved by the U.S. Department of Interior and transferred into a federal trust for the tribe. This approval process typically takes 1-4 years to complete. Construction generally takes another 18-24 months.
The Nisqually Indian Tribe owns the Red Wind Casino, which is about nine miles away from the Quiemuth Resort location. Red Wind Casino is a 95,000 square-foot facility with 1,600 slot machines and 20 table games.
The Nisqually Indian Tribe owns a 250-acre land parcel in Lacey, WA. The property surrounds the Cabela's store at 1600 Gateway Boulevard Northeast.
The Quiemuth Resort location is north of I-5 near Exit 111, west of Marvin Road Northeast, and south of Britton Parkway Northeast.
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Quiemuth Resort will occupy 74 acres and feature a casino, hotel, restaurants, entertainment and a tribal cultural center.
Casino size will be 155,000-square-feet.
Slot machines - Total number to be announced.
Table games - - Total number to be announced.
Other details - to be announced.
A total of 42,000 square feet will be dedicated to restaurants, quick bite outlets, coffee outlets, bars and lounges.
Entertainment space is planned. Details to be announced.
The Quiemuth Resort Hotel will feature 350 guest rooms and suites.
Quietmuth Village will occupy 174 acres and feature retail, housing, recreation, open space, and cultural amenities. There are two possible plans for Quiemuth Village. A final decision will be made later in the process.
The first is a commercial development plan with tribal housing, grocery store, movie theaters, bowling alleys, a big box retail store, a golf driving range and perhaps a car dealership.
The other possibility is a recreational development plan with housing, an indoor sports complex and a school.
September 25, 2023
Nisqually tribal leaders met with the Lacey City Council on Sep. 21 to present a casino and hotel development plan for 250 acres owned by the tribe located north of I-5 near Exit 111. The plans include a 155,000-square-foot casino with a 350-room hotel. This would be surrounded by retail stores, apartments and a family entertainment area.[No Ads]
The Nisqually presented two plans for development of the 250-acre property. The Quiemuth Resort project will build a casino and hotel on 74 acres of the land, the Quiemuth Village project will build a multi-use area with retail stores, apartments, open spaces, and cultural, recreational, and entertainment areas on the remaining 174 acres.
After the presentation, the city council voted unanimously to approve a cooperation agreement with the tribe. The agreement addresses development issues involving water supply, sewer and wastewater services, law enforcement, emergency services, and other city services. The tribe agreed to pay the city for these expenses.
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