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70K-SF Expansion, Renovation of Tulalip Resort Casino Started

Work has officially begun at Tulalip Resort Casino as crews broke ground on an expansion and renovation of the property. Plans call for an expansion of the casino’s north end, which will add 70,250 square feet to the existing 192,000-square-foot property owned by the Tulalip Tribes.

The additional square footage will offer more gaming options, guest amenities, and new design features throughout the resort casino. Calfiornia-based Swinerton Construction is the project’s general contractor, and Rice Fergus Miller is the architect.

The Tulalip Tribes of Washington, which opened the casino in 2003 for $78 million, had announced plans to significantly expand the property and overhaul the gaming floor in November 2023.

The project is expected to take two years and conclude in late 2025. Located north of Everett, off Interstate 5, Tulalip Resort Casino is a 12-story hotel with 370 guest rooms, 30,000 square feet of meeting, convention and wedding space, and a 3,000-seat amphitheater. 

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