With the land that was recently acquired by the Navajo Nation, the tribe is
ready to begin building their new casino. 405 acres of land was bought east of
Flagstaff. The price was $7.4 million. The land has been put into trust and
gaming approval has just been given by the federal government.
The new casino, called Twin Arrows, will open next spring. Cost for the project
is projected to be $120 million. In addition to gaming, the casino will also
offer guests a hotel, gold course, and a spa.
This will be the Navajo Nation's first casino located in Arizona. Currently they
operate two other casinos. A third one is planned to open in New Mexico.
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