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What's New


Change is the only constant in Atlantic City. From dining to shopping to the hottest entertainment, Atlantic City is always creating a buzz with new attractions and developments. Check out the DO AC list below to find out what is new and what is on the horizon for the city that is never turned off.

What's New


Change is the only constant in Atlantic City. From dining to shopping to the hottest entertainment, Atlantic City is always creating a buzz with new attractions and developments. Check out the DO AC list below to find out what is new and what is on the horizon for the city that is never turned off.

What's New

Change is the only constant in Atlantic City. From dining to shopping to the hottest entertainment, Atlantic City is always creating a buzz with new attractions and developments. Check out the below list to find out what is new and what is on the horizon for the city that is "Always Turned On."

Featured What's New:

Tropicana Casino and Resort

Tropicana Entertainment Inc. has announced a proposed series of significant renovations which include the addition of a light show/entertainment feature to Tropicana's boardwalk façade, a new fitness center on Brighton Avenue and North Tower hotel room renovations.

BET Investments Boardwalk Development Project

A trait of land that has been home to the Playboy Casino and Trump World's Fair Casino will soon house upscale stores and dining.

Bass Pro Shops

Bass Pro Shops, America's most popular outdoor recreation merchandise retailer, will build a 70,000 square-foot facility on Atlantic Avenue at the foot of the Atlantic City Expressway.

Steel Pier

Steel Pier, one of the Boardwalk's most storied landmarks, will become a year-round attraction as part of a $100 million, three phase makeover.

Harrah's Conference Center

Caesars Entertainment has begun construction on a new meeting and conference facility at its Harrah's Atlantic City location.

Bally's Atlantic City

The first major renovation since 2008, Bally's Atlantic City is currently in the midst of a $5.6 million renovation and reconfiguration project on its gaming floor.

Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College

With a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony held in November 2013, the $1.6 million Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College is 16,000 square feet of arts retail space and home to the Atlantic City branch of the African-American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey.

Margaritaville

Opened on Memorial Day 2013, a partnership between Jimmy Buffett and Resorts Casino Hotel brought a Margaritaville-themed restaurant, bar and surf shop to the resort.

Garden Pier

A $3.3 million total renovation took place on Garden Pier, located at New Jersey Avenue and Boardwalk.

Revel Casino Hotel

Opened in Spring 2012, Revel's ongoing construction changed the Atlantic City skyline and brought a new wave of excitement to the city's Northeast Inlet section.

Golden Nugget Atlantic City

The former Trump Marina Hotel Casino has been transformed into Golden Nugget Atlantic City by new owners Landry's Inc., through a $150 million renovation program.

The Wave Parking Garage & Mixed Use Center

The New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has completed the parking garage project located on Fairmount Avenue between Christopher Columbus Boulevard and Mississippi Avenue.