Posts Categorized: Atlantic City Market

Developer Plans $350M Industrial Campus at Atlantic City Airport

Developer Plans $350M Industrial Campus at Atlantic City Airport

A Los Angeles developer plans to build a 3.5 million-square-foot, build-to-suit industrial campus on 400 acres of vacant land at Atlantic City International Airport. Industrial Realty Group’s vision for the site follows an agreement reached last fall with the South Jersey Transportation Authority for a ground lease, after a request for proposals process. The project… Read more »

AtlantiCare Health System Targets $2 Billion Revenue in Six Years

AtlantiCare Health System Targets $2 Billion Revenue in Six Years

AtlantiCare Health System announced an ambitious plan to invest $1 billion in expanding services at its Jersey Shore hospitals and aims to double its annual revenue to $2 billion within the next six years. Key initiatives include partnering with the Cleveland Clinic Cancer Institute, establishing a Drexel University College of Medicine branch campus, upgrading its… Read more »

Stockton University’s President is Shaping the Identity of the New Atlantic City Campus

Stockton University's President is Shaping the Identity of the New Atlantic City Campus

In his inaugural year at Stockton University, President Joe Bertolino is contemplating the school’s potential future development in Atlantic City, which includes a comprehensive strategic plan and an associated fundraising campaign. Taking over as the university’s sixth president in Galloway, New Jersey, a year ago, Bertolino described it as a “homecoming.” A native of South… Read more »

Borgata’s Izakaya Restaurant Closing After 15 Years

Izakaya Restaurant at Borgata Atlantic City Closing After 15 Years

It’s a bittersweet farewell as the curtains close on Izakaya, the renowned restaurant nestled within Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City. The imminent closure of Izakaya by Michael Schulson, celebrated for its modern take on Japanese pub fare, marks the end of an era. Just moments ago, I was reminiscing about the inventive… Read more »

Wellington Ave Redevelopment in Ventnor

The Ventnor Commissioners and the Planning Board are currently exploring plans for the redevelopment of commercial property along Wellington Ave, adjacent to Ventnor Plaza. Developer Steven Yenowitz, representing Ventnor Holdings, LLC, is proposing the construction of a self-storage facility on the premises. The proposed facility would feature an indoor storage building along with outdoor storage… Read more »

Dave & Buster’s Opening at Tanger Outlets

Dave & Buster's Coming to Atlantic City

Dave & Buster’s is gearing up for the grand opening of its inaugural Atlantic City venue next month, taking over the former space of Jay-Z’s 40/40 Club in the Tanger Outlets. Situated at 2120 Atlantic Ave., this entertainment hotspot will boast over 100 arcade games and a sports bar featuring a colossal 40-foot screen. Patrons… Read more »

Ventnor Heights Welcomes New Indoor Pickleball Club with a Refreshing Juice Bar

Indoor pickleball courts open in Ventnor Heights, New Jersey

South Jersey’s Premier Pickleball Destination with a Juice Bar: Pickle Juice LLC Unveils High-Tech Indoor Club in Ventnor Heights The grand unveiling of Pickle Juice LLC occurred on October 18, showcasing an impressive 17,316-square-foot facility complete with five top-notch courts, all dedicated to the sport of pickleball. This exceptional venue is located at 5000-5100 Wellington… Read more »

Latest Plans for Bader Field in Atlantic City

Bader Field plans for luxury cars and living community

Bader Field juts like an arrowhead out into the Great Thorofare in Atlantic City, one of its decommissioned runways aimed at Ducktown and Bally’s on the boardwalk, the other at MGM Tower past the Expressway. It was the stage for American aviation pioneering as early as 1910. The property housed a municipal airport beginning in… Read more »