Posts Tagged: Atlantic City retail space

Stockton University Outlines Expansion Plans Into Next Decade

Stockton University has approved a long-term master plan that includes the expansion of its seaside satellite campus in Atlantic City, New Jersey, where it plans at least $154 million in new construction, as well as its main location in Galloway. The university unveiled its 138-page update to its master plan this week in order to… Read more »

College Turns to Atlantic City Hotel for Student Housing in Pandemic

Stockton Deal With Showboat, Which It Once Owned, Involves Up to 400 Rooms in New Jersey To get a sense of how the pandemic is changing student housing, look no further than Atlantic City, New Jersey, America’s second-biggest gambling hot spot. Stockton University is planning to house some of its students in a hotel in… Read more »

Booming Borgata in Atlantic City Plans $14 Million Renovation

Hotel-Casino Spends for New Lobby Bar, Face-Lift for Suites The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, the top gambling moneymaker in Atlantic City, New Jersey, is trying to up its game, spending $14 million for improvements to spiff up its lobby and suites. The 2,000-room property at 1 Borgata Way in Atlantic City’s marina district will be adding… Read more »

WinnCos. Pays $17.3 Million for Atlantic City Affordable Housing Complex

Acquisition Includes 153 Units Across Three Adapted Reuse Sites in Opportunity Zone; Upgrades Planned The development arm of WinnCos. has acquired a portfolio of affordable housing properties for $17.3 million in Atlantic City, New Jersey, under the federal Opportunity Zone program. The Boston-based real estate firm bought Sencit Liberty, a scattered-site complex featuring 153 units… Read more »

Stockton University OKs Atlantic City Student Housing Partnership

But Board Says It Needs Extra $5 Million a Year from State for Project With AC Devco to Move Forward Stockton University has decided to move ahead with plans to expand student housing for its Atlantic City, New Jersey, campus, but it says it can’t proceed unless it gets financial help from the state of… Read more »