An upstate New York casino is set to be developed by the Oneida Indian Nation near Syracuse, whilst the tribe announced this week it will spend up to $50 million on building a 65,000 square foot gambling venue that will use 200 people on a basis that is permanent.
Oneida country tribal leader Ray Halbritter, seen here in 2013 signing his people’s historic gaming compact aided by the state and Governor Andrew Cuomo, has announced a third New York casino.
Named the purpose Put Casino, the resort will likely be located in Bridgeport, a small town that boundaries Oneida Lake. The casino is just a short drive that is 15-mile Syracuse, the fifth most populated city in the Empire State with roughly 150,000 residents.
In a pr release, the Oneida Nation says the center will have 500 slot machines and 20 table games, aswell as two fast-service casual restaurants. The floor will be smoke-free, and liquor will be served. There are not any plans to build a hotel.
The Native American group is building Point Place on its own sovereign land, so no approval through the state or federal government is needed for construction to commence.
The Oneida Nation states construction will begin month that is next and the casino is scheduled to open into the spring of 2018.
The Oneida Nation is tripling down on its New York casino organizations, as the tribe already has two gambling facilitie