A construction cam shows work on a new hotel structure at the Cache Creek Casino Resort, owned and operated by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation in Brooks, California. Still Image: Cache Creek

Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation continues work on $200 million casino expansion

The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation is working on a $200 million expansion at its casino in northern California.

The Cache Creek Casino Resort is seeing a new hotel structure with 459 rooms. That will more than double the amount of existing rooms at the facility.

“It has been something that has been on the minds of the casino and the tribe for quite some time,” Michael Traum, the communications manager at the casino, told The Woodland Daily Democrat. “The need for additional hotel rooms has been there.”

The tribe “broke pavement” on the expansion in May 2017. In addition to the hotel, the project includes a pool area, a 13,350 square-foot ballroom, more dining and restaurant space, a 118-unit parking lot and nearly 103,000 square-feet of support space.

The work is expected to be complete in March 2019

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