Press of Atlantic City — Resorts Casino Hotel, looking to diversify beyond its slot machines and table games, plans to grab a share of the corporate meetings market by building a new conference center.
The $9.3 million project was unveiled Tuesday during a board meeting of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, the state agency that uses revenue from the casino industry for housing projects and economic development in Atlantic City. Construction is scheduled to begin in February and be completed by July, allowing Resorts to immediately capitalize on the project by tapping into the extra business created during the city’s normally bustling summer tourist season.
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