The Federated Indians of
of California is on track to open its $825 million gaming facility by the end of this year, The North Bay Business Journal reports.
A topping-off ceremony yesterday marked a major milestone in construction of the facility. The 320,000 square-foot casino will boast 3,000 slot machines and a 200-room hotel.
“This is an enormous undertaking that will be one of the signature projects of Sonoma County,” said Jeff Janakus, the vice president of design and construction for Station Casinos
, the tribe's partner, the Business Journal reported.
The casino is expected to open by the end of the year while the hotel will open at a later date.
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