Construction begins on 9,500-square-foot Carson City casino

Despite smoky conditions and poor air quality this week, builders on the corner of Sonoma and South Carson Street pressed forward with the new casino's framing. (Photo: Faith Evans/Nevada Appeal)

Despite smoky conditions and poor air quality this week, builders on the corner of Sonoma and South Carson Street pressed forward with the new casino's framing. (Photo: Faith Evans/Nevada Appeal)

Shaheen Beauchamp Builders recently broke ground on a 9,500-square-foot casino in Carson City.
The Lucky Strike Casino will be at 2811 S. Carson St., formerly the location of Grandma Hattie’s restaurant.
According to an Aug. 9 press release, the casino is owned by Northern Nevada Comstock Investments, which operates several gaming locations throughout Northern Nevada, including Comstock Casino, Cactus Jacks and Jackpot Crossing in Carson City, the Fernley Nugget, COD Casino in Minden and the Fallon Nugget.
The architect for the project is Frank Woodliff of Fallon, and Lumos and Associates is the civil engineer.
“Shaheen Beauchamp Builders looks forward to another successful project with a client we have provided construction services for over a decade,” Mark Beauchamp, owner of Shaheen Beauchamp Builders, said in a statement. “The building will be an attractive addition to Carson City and another quality entertainment and gaming option.”
The casino is anticipating a grand opening next summer.

Comments

Joe 3 months, 1 week ago

If I were a democrat, I might whine and cry about "Where's the affordable housing" or "We need places for young children to hang out, not another greedy casino". Or, the best one of all "I'm sure this greedy company isn't paying their workers a decent wage".

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