The proposal would move gambling operations across Hwy. 111, next to the existing parking garage.
Tuesday's presentation emphasized that the new facility would make use of natural light to give it an open feel. There would also be large spaces for concerts and events.
"So the proposal is to build a new 85,000 square foot building adjacent to our casino parking garage," said Brad Seigel, the general manager at Horseshoe Southern Indiana. "That new building will connect to our existing pavilion. In our terms, that's where our restaurants are housed."
A rendering depicts what the new casino would look like. Seigel estimates the new facility will cost between $80 to $85 million and could be completed by this time next year.