New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement issued its final closing order for the Showboat on Monday night; the casino will shut down at 4 p.m. on Aug. 31.
Before summer ends, Revel, Trump Plaza, the Showboat and the Atlantic Club will be shuttered ex-casinos, leaving Atlantic City officials looking for a way to avoid having dark, empty shells on its signature Boardwalk.
Atlantic City’s newest casino is shutting its doors just over two years after opening amid high hopes of turning around the crumbling seaside resort’s gambling market.
The rapid disintegration of Atlantic City’s casino market might be an early indicator of what could happen in other parts of the country that have too many casinos.
The announcement of Trump Plaza’s plans to close in mid-September is just another blow to Atlantic City’s largest casino workers union.
The parent company of the Showboat Casino Hotel said Tuesday it would consider selling the property to another casino operator if it made a reasonable offer and could be licensed.
The parent company of Atlantic City’s Showboat Casino Hotel said Friday the casino will shut down on Aug. 31.
A union official says employees of The Showboat Casino Hotel will receive notices on Friday warning that the casino may close in two months.
New Jersey’s top casino regulator has fined the Showboat casino hotel $7,000 for playing games with unshuffled cards, and violating rules regarding the money counting room.
The changes planned for the updated casino include a completely new casino floor layout, new carpets and walkways, new chairs at table games and slots, and color coded slot locations.
Grammy Award winner, Bobby Brown will perform at the House of Blues inside Showboat Casino on February 9. The Atlantic City concert was rescheduled due to Superstorm Sandy.
Showboat Atlantic City has a party atmosphere year-round, making its slogan, “where bourbon meets the boardwalk,” ring true.
You won’t see dogs on the casino floor, but you may run into one on the elevator at the Showboat.