Potawatomi Hotel & Casino has launched a $100 million remodeling project that would completely transform the third floor of the casino, according to a press release issued on Monday, May 9.
It will have a positive influence on more than 120,000 square feet of area and will give visitors with more gaming, dining, and entertainment opportunities.
Potawatomi will include more than 1,800 slot machine stations, which will include a new bar with 28 bar-top “slot chairs” (which will be a first for the tribe) and an array of 4K screens, among other things. In addition, cashier stations and a brand new Fire Keeper’s Club® booth will be available to guests.
Guests will also be able to enjoy two brand new food and beverage options at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, all of which are guaranteed to be a hit.
What About the Restaurant?
When the wind blows into the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, the newest Rock & Brews location, the creation of famed musicians Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of the band KISS, will open its doors. The restaurant will be placed right off the skywalk as guests enter the property.
Along with a huge selection of local and craft brews, the event will have a stage where live music will be presented, as the name indicates. Stanley and Simmons will be in attendance at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new restaurant, which will take place at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 11.
At the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, Starbucks Coffee will make its debut next to Rock & Brews, just off the skywalk entrance, across from Rock & Brews. A full-service Starbucks establishment featuring both beverage and food choices will be opened in the space.
Along with these new “quick service” food and beverage stations, the hotel will also introduce three new gaming stations where visitors can either grab a snack or have food brought to their gaming station. A new gift/convenience shop will also be opened, which will offer a variety of services.
What about the Exclusive Members?
Customers and important partners of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino will be surprised by the new and special high-limit room, which will be available only to them.
This suite promises to embody the pinnacle of luxury and sophistication, from its upmarket design and first-class service to its craft bar, stage, and gourmet kitchen, which includes a brick oven, among other features. Visitors will be treated to an experience that they will not be able to get anywhere else in the region.
The energy emanating from the new facility will be felt by visitors from the minute they come through the door. The skywalk and entry area will be outfitted with contemporary décor, LED lighting, video walls, and a sound system that will be heard across the whole third level.
Potawatomi have lived in Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin for hundreds of years.
“This project is another example of how we are continuing to invest in and improve the communities that we call home,” said Forest County Potawatomi Chairman Ned Daniels, Jr. “Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin has been home to the Potawatomi for hundreds of years.”
“We are thrilled to be able to provide these additional experiences to our customers and to maintain our position as the premier entertainment destination in Wisconsin.”
The rehabilitation project is expected to be completed by the spring of 2023, according to the construction timeline.
On the project, Greenfire Management Services of Milwaukee, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Potawatomi Business Development Corporation, will collaborate with Gilbane Building Services as general contractors, with the former serving as the general contractor. I-5 will act as the architect for the project.
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