Lansing deadline extended
The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, Lansing Future Development and city officials have extended the deadline for completing the sale of land in connection with a proposed tribal casino in the Michigan, US, city of Lansing.
The 90-day extension will allow developers to complete “necessary pre-development work” before the land transfer takes place.
The original deadline was set for tomorrow, August 1. According to the developers of the project, some details that are still being completed include a full parking analysis, project aesthetics, consideration of building a permanent structure versus a temporary building on the site of the corner parcel and more detailed civil engineering work that includes a detailed utility plan.
The tribe plans to build a 125,000sq.ft gaming facility in downtown Lansing that would house an estimated 3,000 slot machines and 48 table games. Once the land deal is finalised, the tribe must seek approval from the federal government in order to move forward with the project.
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