The former U.S. President wasn’t present to wave goodbye to his former Atlantic City casino as it crumbled to the ground.
The Trump Plaza in Atlantic City was razed yesterday morning after standing vacant for six and a half years.
The Atlantic City eyesore known as the Trump Plaza will be demolished in less than a month.
The Atlantic City casino is still expected to be demolished sometime next month.
Atlantic City to hold an auction for the right to press the button to implode the mothballed Trump Plaza casino in January.
Atlantic City has sued the company for not moving quicker to raze the long-shuttered building.
Mayor Marty Small is leading a renewed push to demolish the dilapidated building, which is starting to make a troubled city look even worse.
The Trump Plaza casino, which has been sitting derelict on Atlantic City's boardwalk since closing in 2014, has yet to be issued a demolition permit.
Atlantic City casino report modest Q3 revenue gains but profits shoot up double-digits as operators reap the rewards of cost-cutting measures.
Trump Entertainment Resorts has filed a deed restriction with Atlantic County officials to avoid mandatory payments in lieu of taxes.