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South Lake Tahoe approves plans for $410 million convention center and hotel complex

Susan Wood

In a historic decision expected to transform the look of South Lake Tahoe, the city’s Redevelopment Agency approved Tuesday an extensive document that defines the terms to build a 12-acre convention center complex near Stateline.

The $410 million proposal, which includes two condominium hotels and a greenbelt across the street from Heavenly Village, is the largest project to be built on the South Shore.

It’s also the culmination of a 12-year concept involving four different developers and months of negotiations between South Lake Tahoe redevelopment staff, city officials and the last developer left standing ” Lake Tahoe Development, led by Falcon Capital’s Randy Lane of Stateline and DGD Development’s John Serpa of Carson City.



Groundbreaking is set for May 2007 on the site, which encompasses Highway 50, Cedar, Friday and Statelines Avenues.

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