President Trump’s former casino in Atlantic City is set to be demolished, The Hill reports.
It’s not known when exactly the demolition will take place, but Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small said that he plans to take the building down by the “end of the year, or late February, and time for cleanup for next summer season.”
Back on January, Small said the vacant casino was an “embarrassment” and a “blight on our skyline.”
Trump Plaza opened in 1984 and closed down in 2014. A month after it closed, Trump sued to have his name removed from the building. According to reports, debris and panels have fallen off from as high as the 34th floor, even crashing down on the boardwalk.
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