Officials today unveiled plans for an at least $75 million renovation to transform one of Dubuque’s casinos and add new amenities to the facility.
Officials with Q Casino shared a five-phase plan to renovate the facility. The total project is expected to cost $75 million to $80 million and should be completed by 2025.
The plans include remodeling the main casino area, adding a family entertainment area, constructing a new hotel tower and upgrading the facility’s facade.
“It’s been 15 years since we’ve undergone any significant upgrades,” said Stacy Kansky, chief commercial officer for Q Casino and DRA, the nonprofit license holder for Dubuque’s casinos. “We want to make this a better experience for our guests.”