The 1936 interior of Lake Tahoe’s Cal Neva Resort and Casino. The property is about to endure a multimillion dollar renovation.
The oldest continually certified casino in the U.S. The Cal Neva in Lake Tahoe is getting some plastic surgery, like most good old star. The major makeover starts this week, and can close the historic property down for over per year since it undergoes a facelift that is multimillion-dollar.
Reviving Historic Property
Best-known for being as soon as owned by celebrated singer Frank Sinatra, the property’s 6,000-square-foot casino and 10-story, 219-room hotel gets the renovations in a work to bring it back to its previous excitement and boost business, according to Robert Radovan, co-owner of Criswell-Radovan. Radovan’s Napa Valley, Calif.-based development business purchased the Cal Neva this past spring, utilizing the eyesight of getting it right back on its feet.
‘Our goal is always to bring it back to its glory that is former and make it just what it had been like in Sinatra’s time,’ Radovan told the Associated Press. ‘It has such soul that is great character, and it’s needed this redo for many decades.’
The thing that was when the shining star of the Hollywood jet set has fallen into disrepair, blamed on both the recession that’s impacted a lot of casinos, as well as the obvious range of more opulent and available gaming homes, in Reno, Las Vegas and via Indian casino