The dramatic event has already raised big money for a local organization and will create ten acres of vacant land that front the city’s iconic boardwalk.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has greenlit a plan to build a 100,000-square foot indoor amusement center with a retractable roof along the city’s iconic boardwalk.
The shuttered casino will be imploded early next year and the cleanup of the 10-acre waterfront site is slated to wrap up by June 2021.
The Atlantic City hotel has selected a nationally recognized company to oversee all aspects of the upcoming $100 million development.
A project that would construct a 100,000-square foot indoor facility featuring water slides, pools, and lazy rivers could take a big step forward later this week.
Caesars Entertainment has sold the Boardwalk-fronted property to a Rhode Island-based company.
The second phase of Stockton’s satellite campus will include construction of a 416-bed facility that’s set to start construction over the summer months.
Developer Bart Blatstein recently opened extended stay apartments at the Showboat Atlantic City hotel along the Atlantic City waterfront.
A total of 153 units of affordable housing across three properties in Atlantic City recently traded to the development arm of WinnCompanies.
After a nine-month hiatus, NJ Transit announced it has resumed service on its Philadelphia to Atlantic City line.