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    Default Height Retrictions in Atlantic City Revised

    The building code in Atlantic City has been revised to allow an 800 ft casino and hotel to be built. I think this is great for the city. This will be the tallest building in New Jersey. I can't wait to see this built. I wish more tall buildings would get built.
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    Default I wasn't even aware there was a height restriction in

    AC until I read the article. I felt they were only limited by the laws of physics(
    i.e. how much weight that ground could hold!) Hey, if they can go higher, why not?? I work for an electrical supply company in AC that sells a lot to the electrical contractors doing the work on the casinos, The Walk, etc. It's nice to see much of the work going to the Jersey companies. In fact, The biggest amount of casino expansion work is going to several AC companies, rather than out of staters. I think the Casino buildings are like works of art, regardless whether you gamble or not, you can't help but be impressed by the A.C. skyline. Now, only if the city could wean itself off of Philly...!!

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    Default Heights the key!

    Taller buildings are naturally impressive and as long as all the construction guidelines are followed, i think that any such building would definitely make a fantastic addition to any city, and would in the process attract more people, case in point, the empire state building!

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    Smile Tallest building in Atlantic City will be a casino!

    The new height restriction change is huge for several reasons: #1 - it can attract more development #2 - developers can be more creative with their designs. #3 - What does it tell you that an Atlantic City Casino will be the tallest building in the State of New Jersey? Atlantic City is that important to the State, right!

    Hope Revel Casino gets completed soon and once it is, it will be a grande structure!

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