Major Resort

August 2001
Business News New Jersey;8/21/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 34, p3
Reports the plan of MGM Mirage to construct a casino resort in the north shore of Atlantic City, New Jersey. Costs of the casino construction; Consideration of the planned casino as the second most expensive casino in the world; Decline of revenues on casinos in the city.


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