Eureka Casinos in Mesquite to undergo $100m remodel

April 19, 2024
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The multi-stage development will impact the casino floor, hotel and various outlets.

Eureka Casinos in Mesquite, Nevada is set to undergo a $100m remodel and development as part of a project commemorating the casino's 25th anniversary.  

Eureka Casinos is a 100% employee-owned casino company. The philosophy of employee-owned casinos was something discussed with CEO Andre Carrier in a previous edition of Gaming America Magazine’s CEO Special, with a particular focus on Eureka Casinos’ employee-owned charity casino, The Brook.  

The restoration project will consist of a multi-stage, multi-year development, with $40m committed to the first phase with a total reinvestment of $100m. The development plan follows two years of research by Eureka and a range of developers, designers and architects.  

Development has already begun with the remodeling of a ballroom designed for functions, weddings, concerts and other events. Able to host up to 150 guests, it will host a meet and greet with NFL quarterback Jim Plunkett on April 25. Other developments are set to include the casino's steakhouse, Gregory’s Mesquite Grill, followed by extensive remodeling and expansion of the casino floor, hotel and restaurants.  

This will be completed through development to the casino's surrounding acreage, including 35 acres of undeveloped land atop Eureka’s red mesa.  

Carrier, who we previously spoke with on the Huddle, said on the remodel, “Our guests deserve our very best and continual improvement is one of our core values. The best way we can show our guests respect, while providing for the long-term financial security of our employee-owners, is to invest in our resort and the destination of Mesquite.” 

Eureka Founder and Chairman Greg Lee added, “Mesquite has grown and changed a lot since my parents and I built this building... I want to be sure Eureka looks like and captivates the greatness and authenticity of this community.” 


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