On the Boards

  • Four Winds South Bend Casino

    The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians will extend their mega successful Four Winds brand into South Bend, Indiana with a new casino set to be complete in early 2018. The first phase of the casino will be 175,000 square feet of gaming and will include restaurants, player's lounge, coffee shop, bars, retail outlets and a parking garage. The design will continue to integrate tribal cultural references and symbolism to achieve the elegant lodge style now synonymous with the Four Winds brand.

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  • Cache Creek Casino Resort Expansion

    HBG is working with the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation to design a new resort hotel at the Tribe's Cache Creek Casino Resort, located in the picturesque Capay Valley, north of Sacramento, CA. The project is designed with great sensitivity to protecting Tribal land and open space. The architecture fits seamlessly against the natural backdrop of the Capay Valley, and recalls the aesthetics of the existing casino property. The project is being designed to reflect the high quality standards of the Yocha Dehe Golf Club and Séka Hills Olive Mill and Tasting Room.

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  • Choctaw Grant Casino Resort

    HBG Design’s architecture and interior design team is working with the Choctaw Nation Owners to strategically prioritize the project program to focus on key improvements to the existing operation, alleviating traffic flow challenges, and adding a new 96-room hotel tower with 23 luxury suites, an expanded pool and bar/lounge environment, new and expanded food and beverage venues and new gaming amenities. When the accelerated, phased construction completes in June 2017, the new design will blend with the existing property to impart an overall enhanced level of quality in keeping with the Choctaw Grant brand aesthetic. A refined design aesthetic will modernize rustic details and enhance the guest experience.

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  • Ho-Chunk Gaming

    HBG Design is providing planning and design services for three casino and hotel expansion and renovation projects at three separate properties all owned and operated by Ho-Chunk Gaming. Each project is being designed to complement and enhance the existing gaming brand. Special attention is being given to integration of abstracted Tribal history and culture. The architectural and interior design will visually unite all branded properties, resulting in projects that complement each other while remaining aesthetically unique to their specific region and context.

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  • West Valley Casino Resort

    A unique regional destination resort located in the heart of a bustling entertainment and sports district on the west side of the Phoenix Metro area.

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  • One Beale Mixed-Use Hotel & Residential Development

    One Beale, a mixed-use development near the corner of Beale Street and Riverside Drive along the Mississippi River in Memphis, will be a new construction to include residential apartments, a hotel, retail & meeting space, Class “A” office space, and a public parking garage. The One Beale project design is continuing to evolve into an exciting development appropriate for the current Memphis market, with new office space as the key driver.

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  • Kewadin Lansing Casino

    HBG is designing a new $245 million casino in the heart of Lansing, Michigan’s downtown entertainment district to include up to 3,000 slot machines, 48 table games, various bars and restaurants, two parking decks and a direct connection to the Lansing Convention Center.

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  • Confidential Casino Resort

    New destination resort within the majestic landscape of the northern California coast and Redwood National Forest.

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  • Confidential Casino Resort

    Set against the vast, dramatic beauty of a natural valley dotted with citrus groves, vineyards and rugged topography, an iconic landmark will emerge when this 400-room casino resort is born.

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