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Atlantic City's Island Waterpark Delays Grand Opening
ISLANS Waterpark in Atlantic City has delayed its grand opening.
It had been set to open on Friday, June 30.
Brian Moriarty, a spokesperson for the waterpark, didn’t specify when the new opening date will be. He also did not give a reason for the delay.
The park’s social media pages advertised the opening date of Friday as recently as Wednesday.
The $100 million, 120,000-square-foot water park will feature a dozen slides, pools, a 1,000-square-foot surf simulator and a 6,500-square-foot lazy river. It’s part of the Showboat Atlantic City Hotel, which Blatstein also owns.
Here's How Much Day At $100M Atlantic City's Island Waterpark Will Cost You
A 120,000-square-foot waterpark. A $100 million project. A 6,500-square-foot lazy river.
It's ISLAND Waterpark at Showboat Atlantic City by the numbers.
The non-gambling, family-friendly attraction is set to open in Atlantic City next Friday, June 30, and will only cost you $69 to $119 a day.
Billed as the world's largest waterpark near a beachfront, there are several admission prices depending on whether you're going by day, evening or with VIP access.
The waterpark also has a 1,000-square-foot surf simulator, pools, shopping, party rooms, lounge areas, and more than a dozen wa…
$100 Million Indoor Waterpark Set To Open Next Month At Showboat Atlantic City
A non-gambling, family-friendly attraction is set to open in Atlantic City next month, developers said.
The ISLAND Waterpark at Showboat Atlantic City is billed as the world's largest waterpark near a beachfront.
The 120,000-square-foot waterpark is a $100 million project and will have a 6,500-square-foot lazy river, 1,000-square-foot surf simulator, pools, shopping, party rooms, lounge areas, and more than a dozen waterslides.
A retractable glass-pane roof will make the water park a year-round attraction. It is located next to the Showboat on New Jersey Avenue.
Showboat's owner and CEO o…
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A barn from the mid-1800s has hit New Jersey's real estate market with a stunning new look and dozens of acres of farmland.
Priced at $1,799,000, 184 Lamington Rd. in Tewksbury Township is described as a “creative approach to Green building” following its restructuring into a single-family home with an inlaw suite between 2003 and 2006, the listing says.
The 4,721-square-foot property has four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a central mezzanine, two fireplaces, a sunroom, vaulted ceilings, upgraded mechanics, and even its own library.
Decorative touches include original hand-hewn beam…