7th Street Casino

Retail
Kansas City, Kansas

7th Street Casino

Brief Summary

When the Wyandotte Nation wanted to transform an 1860s Masonic Lodge into the 7th Street Casino, they called Crossland to get the job done.  The project also included a two-wing addition, complete with elevator and exit stairway.  The facility is 36,000 square feet and houses 450 gaming machines.

The casino features a restaurant and lounge on the lower level.  The second and third floors are designed for gaming, with administration offices on the fourth floor.  The St. Louis, Missouri design teams of Directions in Design, Inc. executed a 1920s theme for the interior; everything from the millwork to the lighting feels authentic. 

Client - Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma
Size - 36,000 Square Feet

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I have overseen several hotel projects in my 30 years with John Q. Hammons and, I must say, this one has been a true pleasure to work on.  The Crossland team performed simply spectacularly in a tough construction market and on a pretty tight schedule.  I hope to get the opportunity to work with the Crossland team on another project in the future.

– MARTY MCGAHAN, DIRECTOR OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT (JOHN Q. HAMMONS)

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