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Tulalip Tribes to break ground on big development

The Tulalip Tribes of Washington plan to make some big changes at the Quil Ceda Village.

The tribe created the village as a business district. It is home to the tribe's casino, a Home Depot, a Wal-Mart, an amphitheater and other retail development.

The tribe is now planning to add a 12-story hotel, four-story office building and museum. The project will break ground July 12 and will be complete by spring 2008.

Future plans include another hotel tower, a recreational-vehicle park, a possible water park and some manufacturing space.

Get the Story:
Tulalips betting big on economic growth (The Seattle Times 6/27)

Relevant Links:
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Tulalip Tribes -

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