Atlantic City has pushed to bring smaller casino developers to the area.
The requirements from the 2011 state law may be changed to allow for the smaller
casinos with support from state legislature. The proposed changes would allow
for more boutique style casinos with up to 200 hotel rooms. The casinos would be
more cost friendly to help attract developers.
On Thursday, the state Senate committee approved a bill that changed two of the
The first was that the new casinos no longer be developed in new construction.
Existing buildings would be allowed.
The second change would remove the future hotel expansion to 500 rooms.
A new casino has not been developed in Atlantic City since 2011.
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