Lady Luck Nemacolin Casino Project Gets License Approval From PA Supreme Court
“We designed a project that will exceed the goals of the Pennsylvania Gaming Act by boosting tourism, creating jobs and boosting state revenues while adding an exciting new amenity to this
premier resort,” said Isle CEO Virginia McDowell in a statement. “We anticipate beginning construction as soon as all of the approvals are in place and expect to open Lady Luck Nemacolin nine
to 12 months after construction begins.”
In April 2011, Isle officials projected the building of the new property would cost about $50 million.
Isle of Capri Casinos have been granted a license by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for the company's Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. This will be the company's
first Pennsylvania casino.
When open, the Lady Luck Nemacolin will feature 600 slot machines and 28 table games, as well as a casual restaurant and lounge. The property will also feature 335 guestrooms and suites.