The Firecreek Resort and Casino has submitted their public plans to the city  for a conditional use permit, now available on Accela for viewing, and the plans are impressive, to say the least. You can find information below, and a gallery of screenshots from the application below that, showing elevations, renderings and site plans. 

Here's a breakdown of the square footage for the project: 

Total building area: 1,159,579 square feet. 

Hotel (13 stories): 208,702 square feet 

Casino (restaurants, bar, gaming floor): 277,851 square feet 

Pool deck (outdoor, second floor): 33,721 square feet

Courtyard (outdoor, ground level): 37,275 square feet

Parking Garage (5 stories): 602,030 square feet

Building footprint: 405,900 square feet

Landscape area: 159,800 square feet 

Total parking (surface and garage): 1,845 stalls 

Convention space: 20,000 square feet

The project has already invested a ton of money into due diligence, including traffic studies, hydrologic analysis, drainage reports by Wood Rogers, sewer usage and capacity by Wood Rogers, and of course design and site plans. In other words, combined with their submission of plans to the city already, this project is a bit beyond vaporware, and its proposed predessesors who were going to build on this property (Station Casinos). 

I dig the site plan, with the majority of surface parking facing Kietzke Lane, and not Virginia Street. 

It looks like part of the casino space is dedicated to 'Stone's Gamgling Hall' which here's the web site for: https://www.stonesgamblinghall.com/

Check out this Stone's Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights that friend and substacker Alica Barber sent me. It was converted from a Salvation Army warehouse. If this is an indication of what we can expect from this property, I'm excited. 

Check out some images from the application below, and be sure to check out the massive 284-page application here (click on Record Info tab, then 'Attachments')