HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveVolume 26Issue 3HANNAHVILLE INDIAN COMMUNITY APPROVES $30 MILLION EXPANSION OF ISLAND RESORT AND CASINO

The Hannahville Indian Community Tribal Council approved a $30 million expansion of the Island Resort and Casino in Harris, Michigan. The expansion will be connected to the existing 11-story Palm Tower and will include over 100 hotel rooms. In addition, the expansion will include a high end restaurant, a convention space, and a pool with water park features.

After taking bids for the project, Island Resort management chose Wisconsin firm Quintus 3D to lead the architectural and engineering aspects, and Iron Mountain firm Gundlach Champion to oversee construction. Quintus 3D designed Island Resort’s Drift Spa, hotel lobby, and retail space, while Gundlach Champion built the Island’s Sun Tower, 1998 casino expansion, water plant, and several other Hannahville Indian Community projects. Bidding will continue through the spring, with construction scheduled to begin in June and expected completion in 2021.

Currently, Island Resort has over 300 guest rooms, an RV park, and a casino with over 400,000 square feet of slots and table games. In addition, the Resort’s Drift Spa has access to a saltwater pool, steam rooms, and a sauna. The resort has several dining options available with a wide range of offerings, a 1,315 seat showroom, weekly entertainment, and golf courses.

 

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