Atlantic City

Atlantic City is taking a breather. After a spate of high-profile projects in the latter half of the 1990s--notably, a new convention center and adjacent headquarters hotel, several casino hotel expansions, a minor league baseball stadium, a visitors center, and expansion of the terminal at Atlantic City International Airport--the belle of the New Jersey shore is looking ahead to 2002. Two new casino hotels are scheduled to open that year, increasing the number of casino properties to 14 and

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