A giant piece of the Atlantic City boardwalk that’s been closed for almost four years will come back to life this summer as part of Hyatt’s The Unbound Collection of hotels.
The Atlantic City hotel has selected a nationally recognized company to oversee all aspects of the upcoming $100 million development.
The former Revel property is kicking off their rebirth on June 28 with some big names, coincidentally the same day another casino down the block will open their doors.
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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.
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.
A new open-air beer garden near the Boardwalk in Atlantic City has received approval just in time for summer.
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.
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.