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.
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Philadelphia-based LMPG Companies is looking to convert the century-old former military club into 31 loft-style apartments, complete with a ground-floor retail market.
Trump constructed 85 high roller suites that were rarely used and poor profits plagued the hotel from the beginning, forcing multiple bankruptcies until it closed permanently in 2014.
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 local developer has submitted an application to transform a vacant stretch of land near the Absecon Inlet into an 18-hole course featuring multiple tiers and nods to the neighborhood’s history.
Hard Rock International buys Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City for four cents on the dollar of the $1.2 billion construction price.
Developer Bart Blatstein recently opened extended stay apartments at the Showboat Atlantic City hotel along the Atlantic City waterfront.
Craft breweries and distilleries are turning shore spots into year-round tourist hot spots.