Elevation Entertainment identities Reno as site for casino project

Elevation Entertainment has submitted plans to the Nevadan city of Reno regarding the potential development of a new gaming establishment in the region.

The prime intention of the destination, which has adopted an prospective name of Firecreek Crossing Resort-Casino, is to expand lodging options in the area as well as adding to the entertainment and gaming options across the locality.

The California-based company noted that it “saw an opportunity for a new entertainment establishment in Northern Nevada” after exploring several cities in the west of the USA. An “underused land” across from the Reno Sparks Convention Center was identified as a prime site.

“When thinking about where to launch our next project, Reno was an obvious choice,” says Ryan Stone, CEO/Owner of Elevation Entertainment. 

“Reno is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, so bringing a new entertainment destination with its already-recognised gaming industry and ideal location for building, we see this new and exciting project as appealing to the entire marketplace.”

Current plans for the project features the inclusion of 201 hotel guest rooms and suites, a 62,500 square-foot gaming floor, 1,250 slot machines, more than 40 table games and a sportsbook.

“A gaming licence is a privilege and we take that responsibility very seriously,” said Masis Kevorkian, President/Owner at Elevation Entertainment. 

“We will strive to be true community partners and amplify what makes Reno-Tahoe a global destination for both leisure and businesses.”

Elevation has developed several gaming projects, including Seven Mile Casino in Chula Vista and The Saloon and Tavern at Stones Gambling Hall in Sacramento County. 

The key players in Elevation Entertainment are also principals in the Monarch Group, a real estate investment and development firm established in 1997 with more than $1bn in real estate entitlement, development and direct property investment.