New Quil Ceda Creek Casino opening in early 2021

Quil Ceda Creek Casino facing south

Quil Ceda Creek Casino facing southwest

The New Quil Ceda Creek Casino: More to Love

Scheduled to open in early 2021, the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino is being highly anticipated by employees, The Tulalip Tribes, the community and casino guests.

"The construction project is making great progress and exciting plans are in place to ensure that our loyal guests have 'More to Love' in their Gaming, Dining and Entertainment experience at the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino property," stated Teresa Jira, Executive Vice President, Quil Ceda Creek Casino.

Situated on 15 acres of Tulalip tribal land just west of I-5 at Fourth Street (exit 199, 4th Street/Marine Drive), the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino will feature a beautifully designed and greatly expanded main Casino and Parking Garage.

Quil Ceda Creek Casino Construction Project

Here are some additional facts about the new QCC:

Casino

  • 126,700 square feet
  • 1,500 gaming machines (increase of 500 machines)
  • 16 table games (increase of 3 tables)
  • Expanded Entertainment Lounge (172 seats)
  • Private party / meeting room (50 seats)
  • Three full-service bars
  • Food Hall with multiple cooked-to-order food venues (212 seats)
  • Full-service restaurant (137 seats)

Parking Garage

  • Six floors of concrete construction
  • 1,068 parking stalls with enhanced handicap access

Site Development

  • Multiple site entrances
  • Surface parking for 684 vehicles
    • Charging stations for electric vehicles
  • Total parking stalls (surface and garage): 1,752
    • Available parking at current location: 1,039

Updates

Construction Update on November 25, 2019:

Casino

  • The building structural steel is complete and the interior wall framing is in progress
  • The exterior wall finishes are being installed
  • The roofing is about 95% complete and the building is dried in
  • The heating and air conditioning units have been placed on the roof and interior distribution ducting is in progress
  • Electrical, plumbing and fire sprinkler system installation is in progress

Parking Garage

  • The concrete is in place for all floors with a portion of the perimeter concrete stem walls remaining to be completed
  • The plumbing, electrical and low voltage systems installation is in progress
  • The elevators and steel exit stairs are being installed
  • The crane will be taken down by the end of the year

The Tulalip Tribe has already invested in new street improvements to enhance ease of access to the new facility.

Contractor

Seattle-based Andersen Construction is the Design/Builder for the project based on a design by Thalden Boyd Emery (TBE) Architects of St. Louis, MO. TBE has designed more than 200 casinos in its 45-year history. Eric Guion & Associates, LLC, Seattle, is the Owner's Representative. Eric has been heavily involved in the Washington state and Pacific Northwest region's tribal community for more than 25 years and is providing leadership in all phases of the project's design and construction.