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Ameristar plans $100M expansion


Des Moines Register,  Friday, June 1, 2007 at 6:03:08 PM

Ameristar Casinos announced plans today for a $100 million expansion of its Council Bluffs riverboat casino complex with an aim of regaining the leadership of Iowa's largest gambling market.

The 60,000 square-foot expansion will provide more casino space - including room for 600 new slot machines and 20 table games, plus a new restaurant and several bars, a VIP lounge, and a new 1,000-space parking garage.

John Boushy, Ameristar's president and chief executive officer, said he believes the Council Bluffs property has additional growth opportunities. Plans call for the expansion, which will add 100 permanent jobs, to be completed in mid-year 2009.


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