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This was unusual as it was a profitable resort under the Caesars Entertainment umbrella. The motive behind closing Showboat was to try and draw patrons from it to the other Atlantic City casinos operated by Caesars Entertainment. Showboat closed on August 30, It was the second Caesars Entertainment casino in the U. Revel was the biggest disaster in Atlantic City history. It opened in April to much fanfare.
Revel attempted to bring Las Vegas to Atlantic City by concentrating on dining and nightclubs. Gaming was an afterthought. That was evident by its arrogant entry into the market. Revel did not feel that offering a players card program or offering comps was necessary.
They had the attitude that guests would pay top dollar for a room, even if they gambled substantially. Revel also did not offer a smoking area or reasonably priced dining options. These all contributed to its inability to stay out of the cellar of the Atlantic City gaming market. New management came in and attempted to turn it around.
It was too little, too late. Revel closed on September 2, It tried to close earlier but could not receive approval to do so from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. Revel has even been a disaster in its afterlife. Brookfield Asset Management attempted to purchase the casino out of bankruptcy. A dispute with the power plant built solely for Revel made that transaction fall through. Glenn Straub was next in line to acquire Revel.
His attempt failed after the closing date passed and issues with existing tenants were not resolved. It seems Revel cannot find a buyer, even for less than a nickel on the dollar. Trump Plaza was the fourth Atlantic City casino to close in It was the worst performer in the Atlantic City gaming market when it was shuttered.
The property had fallen into disrepair. It ceased operations on September 16, Betfair, its internet gaming partner, broke the partnership in October Trump Taj Mahal, its sister property in Atlantic City, has flirted with closing several times since its parent company Trump Entertainment filed for bankruptcy.
Ultimate Gaming cited nonpayment for online gaming royalties as the reason for bailing on the agreement. The company eventually closed after ceasing its Nevada operations a month later. The Sands in Atlantic City closed under better terms than the casinos that closed in It opened in and ceased operations in Pinnacle Entertainment acquired the Sands Atlantic City out of bankruptcy in and planned to develop a new resort on the property.
The Sand was imploded, the first of its kind in a gaming market on the East Coast. The new resort fell through as the economy tanked and competition from other markets eroded Atlantic City. Local firm BLT Architects was the architect of record for a majority of the project, which featured 1, hotel rooms, 13 restaurants, two night clubs, and swimming pools. On September 2, , it became the third casino to close in Atlantic City that year. The Showboat Casino closed in August Philly developer Bart Blatstein bought the property and has re-opened it as a hotel.
The Showboat opened in with a 60,square-foot casino and a bowling alley. For the most part, the resort had a successful tenure, despite changing ownership multiple times and undergoing multiple renovations and expansions. Blatstein re-opened Showboat just this past July as a hotel sans casino. This is the start of a much greater plan. Of the five now-closed casinos, Atlantic Club Casino Hotel was the first to open and first to close.