Hard Rock International has shared its plans for the redevelopment of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City after acquiring the city’s former Taj Mahal building.
The company plans to spend $375 million on renovations and upgrades. This will include moving the Hard Rock Cafe to a location that has easy beach access and a better stage. They’re building two new show arenas and the casino will offer 2,400 slot machines and 130 table games.
Hard Rock’s chairman Jim Allen released a statement about the plan.
“From world-renowned music events to innovative dining concepts, we’re excited to bring the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino experience to the Atlantic City boardwalk—which has been home to our Hard Rock Cafe for more than 20 years. Our commitment to Atlantic City has never been stronger and we look forward to being a catalyst for further growth and development of the area.”