Home » VT News » MGMMirage Announces Preliminary Plans for City Center Atlantic City

MGMMirage Announces Preliminary Plans for City Center Atlantic City

By Chuckmonster on Friday, 5th October 2007 5:33pm
  » filed under Atlantic City  comments: 0

   

MGMMirage, owners of Mandalay Bay, Luxor, Excalibur, Bellagio, City Center and a bunch of other joints in Vegas have made preliminary announcements regarding their plans for their Borgata adjacent plot of land. MGMMirage outlined plans to develop a $4.5-5.5B US mixed use casino, hotel, condo project that would be inspired by the City Center project currently rocketing skyward on the Las Vegas strip.

'City Center East' will be host to three hotel towers, retail promenade, a massive casino and condominiums in Phase 2 of construction. MGMMirage's board of directors will reportedly be giving the project the green light early next week.

This is great news for Atlantic City as it tries to change its image from a day tripper gamblin' town to a multi-day seaside resort destination.

For more about the current casino projects in Atlantic City, check out our feature article The Future of Atlantic City.



Tagged:    





Advertisement:





Comments & Discussion:


» No Guts, No Glory... Be The First to Post



Comments Are Closed







Subscribe via RSS







Recent Comments:

michigan2010 posted: "MGM equals cookie cutter casino. No to reason to step foot in Bellagio again. Just hope they don't screw up..."
» Sayonara Bellagio Table Game Canopies...
saharalv posted: "I wish the editors were the entire electoral college in 2016...."
» Introducing the Trippies Class of...
fatbastard posted: "So many people letting a billionaire live rent free in their heads. Funny. Too bad it also detracts from the..."
» Introducing the Trippies Class of...
wpsteel66 posted: "Total bummer…talk about taking the class and uniqueness away from the Bellagio…another smart move on CEO Jim and making all..."
» Sayonara Bellagio Table Game Canopies...
damania posted: "Is there a podcast?..."
» Introducing the Trippies Class of...

» More Comments