Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians is planning the Four Winds Hotel & Casino in South Bend Indiana. Pokagon plans to build a 23-story hotel at a site, on the city’s southwestern edge, off Indiana 23, overlooking the St. Joseph Valley Parkway. Frank Freedman is the chief operating officer for Four Winds Casinos.
The hotel & casino would be two floors shorter than the city’s tallest structure, Liberty Tower, and become Michiana’s largest hotel at 317 rooms. Construction would start sometime before the end of the year and finish in two years. The hotel’s development announcement comes as the band prepares to negotiate a compact with state of Indiana officials to add table and sports gaming to its existing offerings of only electronic games and a poker room.
The hotel would feature luxurious, high-end finishes, including 83 suites. There would also be a spa, convention area, meeting space, ballroom, a bar and grille and a fourth-floor hospitality level with an outdoor rooftop swimming pool. The top floor would consist of penthouse suites.
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