Removing the 1984 Trump Plaza Hotel

Removing the 1984 Trump Plaza Hotel

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Removing the 1984 Trump Plaza Hotel

Removing the 1984 Trump Plaza Hotel

The building of the Trump Plaza Atlantic City Hotel, which had been built by former President Donald Trump, which was considered a very important landmark for this area, has been removed, but after it was exposed to many bankruptcy cases, it was sold to another buyer

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 Mayor Marty Small said, “I have goose bumps.” “This is a historic moment. It was exciting.”


 The removal of former President Donald Trump’s casino empire jewel could pave the way for a major development opportunity in the middle of the boardwalk, as the Plaza Hotel used to market itself as the “hub of Atlantic City.”

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Removing the 1984 Trump Plaza Hotel


 “The way we put Trump Plaza and Atlantic City on the map for the whole world was really amazing,” said Bernie Dillon, casino events director from 1984 to 1991. “Everyone from Hulk Hogan to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, it was a whole series of characters. One night before Tyson’s battle I stopped dying in my tracks and looked around four rows as the place was full, and there were two men leaning close and having a private conversation: Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty. “

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 “It was like that a lot: You had Madonna and Sean Ben Yesran, Barbara Streisand and Don Johnson, Muhammad Ali would be there, an opera sitting next to Donald in the ring,” he recalls. “It was a special time. I’m sorry to see it go.”

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 But Icahn – a donor and a former private economic advisor to trump – vetoed the safety and liability issues, and prompted the auction house to stop bidding. Icahn said he would replace the $ 175,000 that had already been floated with his own money.

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