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Reopening Showboat as Hotel 'Good News' for AC, Gaming Experts Say


By: Kenneth Hilario, Reporter
Philadelphia Business Journal
Jun 6, 2016, 1:15pm EDT

"Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein will be reopening the former Showboat casino in Atlantic City as an non-casino hotel, a move experts said is a good move for the troubled Shore town, which has seen a decrease in hotel inventory since 2014.

Blatstein's Tower Investments last Friday announced it would reopen Showboat in July as an 852-room hotel, representing "the largest non-casino hotel in New Jersey" - one that would create "hundreds of new jobs."

The developer acquired Showboat  from Stockton University in October for $22 million.

"Tourists have been pining to visit this essential resort," Blatstein said in a statement. "Tower's making it happen."

Gaming experts say the decision is a good one for Atlantic City, particularly since it lost a significant amount of its hotel-room inventory when four casinos closed in 2014..."

Read entire article here:


Thousands turn out for job fair for re-opening Showboat

By - Associated Press
Tuesday, June 7, 2016

"ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - Thousands of people have turned out for a job fair to fill jobs at a former Atlantic City casino reopening next month as a non-gambling hotel.

The line outside the Showboat casino wrapped around the block on Tuesday for the job fair. Those waiting for interviews included people who had worked at the casino before it was closed in August 2014.

Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein says 852 of the complex's 1,300 rooms will be open to the public in July. The hotel will still be called the Showboat.

It was the second of four Atlantic City casinos to close in 2014. The Showboat was shuttered to reduce competition for Caesars Entertainment's three remaining casinos in Atlantic City.

Former Revel Gets Closer to Re-Opening on Atlantic City Boardwalk


By ACPrimeTime.com

June 13, 2016

"Amid sneers, various roadblocks and public skepticism, Glenn Straub is laser focused on the resurrection of his former Revel Casino draws closer. Will Wed. June 15 be the opening date? Who cares. Just as long as it opens asap.

See pictures below: Plenty of activity can see seen on the Revel Atlantic City property.

Tractor trailers, heavy construction equipment, and a growing cadre of manpower can be seen from the Boardwalk side of this glass enclosed behemoth overlooking the Atlantic City beach front & inlet. The 'Ropes Course' equipment looks like it has been delivered in full. The steel and wood components are laid out within view, just over the wall separating the property from the Boardwalk.

Getting the former REVEL property in Atlantic City up and running has not been easy for the Florida developer.

Glenn Straub purchased the 2 year old, bankrupt structure and land for just $83 million in cash. Revel cost just over $2 billion to build. That's over a 90% discount from the building price. Did this make some jealous?
Some suggest that Straub didn't adhere to old school 'Atlantic City' procedures for operating a business in town. "When you pay in cash, middle men are kept to a minimum, that ticks some people off" says those familiar with situations like this.

Straub battled for 10 months in court to gain control of this barely broken-in resort.

While others tried to grab this premium property through various financial deals, Straub "was the only one to put his money where his mouth is" said John Cunningham, a lawyer for Revel.

Straub plans to spend as much as $800 million in Atlantic City, and he has the cash and tenacity to do it."

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Atlantic City: Major Projects Moving Forward

Enthusiasm Greets Distillery Plan

Major projects moving forward, other work on hold, development director says


Posted:   Thursday, May 19, 2016   7:17 am
Staff Writer




"ATLANTIC CITY - For all the talk of a new college campus, a vertical roller coaster and a reconstructed Boardwalk, the most excitement Wednesday was over a rum distillery.
Planning and Development Director Elizabeth Terenik updated the public on projects largeand small during this month's Noon Time Talk, which focused on the city's neighborhood associations.
When Terenik announced Little Water Distillery had found a warehouse on Delaware and Baltic avenues and expected to be open by Labor Day, residents hissed "Yesss."
Mark Ganter, founder and owner of the distillery, said it will produce craft spirits focusing on rum and will offer educational tours and tastings..."

For more information about the Rum Distillery, Poler Coaster and Observation Wheel read entire article here...

Press of AtlanticCity - Distillery & Major Projects



To read more about the Polarcoaster (and watch an amazing video of the Orlando version of the ride) visit NJ.com here:

It's full steam ahead for Atlantic City's vertical roller coaster


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