When most government agencies failed to and notably the natural disaster Hurricane Katrina failed to stop him make the required changes. The economic stagnancy was his driving factor.
He who was toiling so hard on the project for 17 years has come up with a new plan of building the resort directly West of Interstate 110 on Back Bay of Biloxi.
The partners Terry Moran and Leland Mitchell have reported to have had conversation with the top groups of developers about the same and had suggested the plan to the D'Iberville Planning Commission and the Mississippi Gaming Commission.
He assures that the adequate permit for the project in place are with him and the only thing the developers has to look out for is the funds to keep the project going live. The template was to build a 60,000-square-foot casino but what is on the top list is that they are planning to build a parking garage with glowing roof.
The redesign of the French Market fronting the water with a multistory glass entry is also included in the plan moreover stores and restaurants, including a buffet and a steak house also have been suggested.
The enthralling interstate ramp and wider access road along the harbor and marina is anticipated to attract around 2,500 visitors per day into the casino. It is estimated that approximately 500 to 800 employees are needed for the operations of the casino resort. Since the market has gone down, he withdrew his original plan and eliminated condos.
A hotel is planned north of the casino, but Seymour eliminated condos because the market has faded since he drew the original plans.