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The second quarter numbers weren’t kind to Atlantic City, which increasingly has competition from, well, places like Pennsylvania, for example. Last week, writing for the Washington Post, J. Freedom Du Lac called AC’s drop in gaming revenue in the last few years “an epic losing streak.” On the other hand, Du Lac notes, there’s more to do in Atlantic City than ever:
There are more nightclubs, more restaurants, more concerts, more burlesque shows, more shopping, more outdoor activities, more walkable spaces, more stuff...
And all that more translates, it seems: “According to the most recent internal research, positive perceptions of Atlantic City are on the rise.”
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Margate bayfront house for sale is perfect for boaters and home entertainers.
Spotlight Listing: Margate Bayfront Home for Sale This six-bedroom, six-bath Margate bayfront home for sale will make a boater out of anyone, with 3/4 slips and space for a 70-foot boat. The 6,000-square-foot property overflows with luxury features, including vaulted cathedral ceilings, custom tile, radiant-heated floors and a William Oh-designed kitchen complete with Viking appliances. [...]