News by Topic: Entertainment

Port Gamble’s S’Klallam Tribe to Develop Boutique Hotel

A new four-story, 94-room hotel adjacent to The Point Casino in Kingston will break ground this fall.

The S’Klallam Tribe and its economic division — Noo-Kayet Development Corp. — plan to open the Point Hotel in the fall of 2016.


Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe Announces The Point Hotel

Four-story, 94-room boutique hotel located adjacent to The Point Casino 

The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe (PGST) and its economic division, Noo-Kayet Development Corporation (NKDC), have announced plans for a four-story, 94-room hotel to be built adjacent to The Point Casino in Kingston, Washington.

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HBG’s “Coastal Modern” Design Creates a Unique Experience at The Point Casino Hotel

You’ll sit in the outdoor gathering area and you’ll notice that the stained concrete floor will have a design resembling a Coast Salish spindle whorl. You’ll enjoy some quiet time or, perhaps, a salmon or clambake. Maybe you’ll go on a walk among the tall cedars and firs that share the adjacent  forest with 12-foot totem poles.

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Oaklawn Racing and Gaming: HBG’s Casino Expansion Design Hints of Horseracing Heritage

See full article in Casino Enterprise Management

Hot Springs, Ark., is a lakefront resort town with a long and infamous history in the world of gaming. Once a haven for the rich and famous, the secluded town, located just southwest of Little Rock, became known as The Spa City—America’s First Resort, due to the area’s natural thermal spring waters long thought to have powers to soothe and heal. Hot Springs was also popular with notorious gangsters, such as Al Capone and Lucky Luciano, and equally notorious illegal gambling activity. Hot Springs historians boast that “the town offered Las Vegas-style amenities before there was a Las Vegas.”
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Casino Enterprise Management names Tamara Goff a Rising Star in the Industry

Thirteen Gaming Industry Executives Honored for Outstanding Professionalism, Perseverance, Drive, Commitment and Mentorship

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HBG & Seneca Gaming Corp – Making the Connection

From the  Cover of Global Gaming Business Magazine – read the article in it’s entirety here

Seneca Gaming Corp.’s third casino property, in historic downtown Buffalo, was designed with community in mind.

The Seneca Nation’s Buffalo Creek Casino showcases tribal culture in an urban industrial setting—and does it all with contemporary flair.

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Indian Gaming magazine features Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino

An exciting revitalization is happening in Buffalo’s Inner Harbor. Once an underutilized industrial zone, the district is being reborn thanks to dedicated neighbors like the Seneca Nation. Completed in 2014, the Nation’s new 64,000 square feet, $130 Million (total development cost) Buffalo Creek Casino is now a synergistic contributor to the Inner Harbor’s entertainment offerings and one of downtown Buffalo’s most popular destinations.

Read the entire article here! Apr15_CaseStudy

Seneca Walk

HBG’s Director of Entertainment Design, Kelly DeVine, speaks at themed entertainment industry sponsored education event

We are so glad that our in-house themed entertainment expert, Kelly DeVine, got to participate in this! Thanks to Union University for hosting!  (more…)


Leaving Las Vegas: USA Today names Four Winds New Buffalo Casino Resort one of the best casinos outside ‘Sin City’

While Las Vegas is famous for one of the nation’s top gambling and party scenes, you don’t have to travel to Sin City to see some of the world’s best casinos. USA Today put together a list of the 10 best casinos located anywhere but Vegas that are also travel destinations in and of themselves.

We’re excited that our client, Four Winds New Buffalo Casino Resort, made the list! Find out more and see photos of the project here.

FWNB Event Center Entrance

 


Two HBG-designed projects named finalists in the Building Memphis Awards

HBG is excited to have two projects nominated as finalists in the Building Memphis Awards, a broad commercial real estate recognition program sponsored by the Memphis Business Journal seeking to honor projects that have created a positive community impact. (more…)


News by Topic: Entertainment

Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe Announces The Point Hotel

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Four-story, 94-room boutique hotel located adjacent to The Point Casino  The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe (PGST) and its economic division, Noo-Kayet Development Corporation (NKDC), have announced plans for a four-story, 94-room hotel to be built adjacent to The Point Casino in Kingston, Washington.


HBG’s “Coastal Modern” Design Creates a Unique Experience at The Point Casino Hotel

Posted by & filed under Entertainment & Hospitality.

You’ll sit in the outdoor gathering area and you’ll notice that the stained concrete floor will have a design resembling a Coast Salish spindle whorl. You’ll enjoy some quiet time or, perhaps, a salmon or clambake. Maybe you’ll go on a walk among the tall cedars and firs that share the adjacent  forest with 12-foot… Read more »


Oaklawn Racing and Gaming: HBG’s Casino Expansion Design Hints of Horseracing Heritage

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See full article in Casino Enterprise Management Hot Springs, Ark., is a lakefront resort town with a long and infamous history in the world of gaming. Once a haven for the rich and famous, the secluded town, located just southwest of Little Rock, became known as The Spa City—America’s First Resort, due to the area’s… Read more »


HBG & Seneca Gaming Corp – Making the Connection

Posted by & filed under Entertainment & Hospitality.

From the  Cover of Global Gaming Business Magazine – read the article in it’s entirety here Seneca Gaming Corp.’s third casino property, in historic downtown Buffalo, was designed with community in mind. The Seneca Nation’s Buffalo Creek Casino showcases tribal culture in an urban industrial setting—and does it all with contemporary flair.


Indian Gaming magazine features Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino

Posted by & filed under Entertainment & Hospitality.

An exciting revitalization is happening in Buffalo’s Inner Harbor. Once an underutilized industrial zone, the district is being reborn thanks to dedicated neighbors like the Seneca Nation. Completed in 2014, the Nation’s new 64,000 square feet, $130 Million (total development cost) Buffalo Creek Casino is now a synergistic contributor to the Inner Harbor’s entertainment offerings and one of downtown Buffalo’s most popular… Read more »


Leaving Las Vegas: USA Today names Four Winds New Buffalo Casino Resort one of the best casinos outside ‘Sin City’

Posted by & filed under Entertainment & Hospitality.

While Las Vegas is famous for one of the nation’s top gambling and party scenes, you don’t have to travel to Sin City to see some of the world’s best casinos. USA Today put together a list of the 10 best casinos located anywhere but Vegas that are also travel destinations in and of themselves…. Read more »