Two Michigan casinos to go through renovations

The casinos approved expansions and renovations for the first time since their initial opening.

US.- The Ojibwa Casinos in Baraga and Marquette, Michigan, announced that they’re gonna experience renovations and expansions in their facilities for the first time since they opened their doors to the public.

The Marquette casino will include a three star hotel along with a 1200 seat entertainment complex, restaurants, a conference facility and an expanded gaming floor with more than 500 slot machines. The tribe will host a ceremony at the Ojibwa Casino in Marquette on Tuesday December 6.

The Borgata casino will go through a number of renovations that include the expansion of the already existing gaming facility and other infrastructure changes. The ceremony will take place a day later, on December 7.

The Ojibwa tribe believes that with the US$40 million investment they will position themselves in the Upper Peninsula gaming market. It is expected that the casinos will reopen in late 2017 or early 2018.