Congratulations to our client, the Tohono O’odham Nation on the grand opening of the first phase of the Desert Diamond West Valley Casino in Maricopa County, Arizona. The HBG-designed casino officially opened to the public on December 20, 2015. We have compiled articles on the project below – take a look for a peek into… Read more »
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“Rethink is excited to be working with HBG on the creative integration of our hotel and theme park designs for Fox Studios Dubai,” said RLE Senior Creative Director John Rust. “Collaborating with HBG’s team and utilizing their extensive expertise in resort design will result in an extraordinarily entertaining guest experience.”
Thanks to our intern, Laura Kageorge for providing insights into her summer work experience! Laura joined HBG as a University of Cincinnati Interior Design Co-Op student.
By Danny Valle, AIA, Principal, Hnedak Bobo Group You have a thriving regional casino operation and loyal gaming customers. Baby Boomers have been your bread and butter demographic for years. Now you are wondering how to reach the millennial generation, when article after article tells you that millennials do not prefer slot machines-but your main… Read more »
Buffalo’s economic development revival is spurring a $40 million expansion of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino that will see the size of the two-year-old downtown gaming venue grow by more than 42 percent.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE AT INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY In the gaming world, much emphasis is placed on potential. Facilities often tout numbers of slot machines, table games and average winnings. But ICTMN found 10 Native-owned casinos and resorts that combine state-of-art gaming options with stunning architecture and design, offering guests the best of gaming, and an authentic… Read more »
FROM CASINO JOURNAL Items tend to grow big on the Great Plaines, whether its corn, wheat or, in the case of Oklahoma, its burgeoning tribal gaming industry.
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.
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.