Bor­gata casino spend­ing $14M on another ren­o­va­tion

The Morning Call - - BUSINESS CYCLE -

AT­LANTIC CITY, N.J. – At­lantic City’s top casino is tak­ing out its check­book again.

The Bor­gata told The As­so­ci­ated Press on Wed­nes­day that it will spend $14 mil­lion re­do­ing its lobby and more than 300 ho­tel suites. The work fol­lows a $12 mil­lion project that opened a new sports bet­ting lounge and en­ter­tain­ment fa­cil­ity in June.

The lat­est ren­o­va­tion will redo the casino ho­tel’s lobby, adding a new bar and VIP check-in that should be com­pleted this month. The Bor­gata also is ren­o­vat­ing 312 suites, work that should be done by early next year.

The top-per­form­ing of At­lantic City’s nine casi­nos, the Bor­gata reg­u­larly rein­vests in its prop­erty.

“By en­rich­ing our ho­tel prod­uct, we are en­sur­ing each guest en­joys an op­ti­mal Bor­gata ex­pe­ri­ence that be­gins as soon as they walk through the door,” Mar­cus Glover, the Bor­gata’s pres­i­dent, said in a state­ment.

The lobby ren­o­va­tion will in­clude cof­fee ser­vice, a ta­pas and cock­tail menu, and three large-screen tele­vi­sions. On week­ends, it will in­clude a pi­ano bar.

It comes just weeks af­ter the casino un­veiled its Money­line Bar & Book, a sports bet­ting fa­cil­ity and its as­so­ci­ated Level One Cock­tail Bar & Lounge.

From Jan­uary through July of this year, the Bor­gata has won more than $455 mil­lion, more than twice its near­est com­peti­tors.

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