Casino Reinvestment Development Authority aims to concentrate state agencies in one Atlantic City building

    In an effort to strengthen Atlantic City’s state-run tourism district and free up real estate elsewhere, the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority is asking state agencies with offices in the city to consolidate into a building the Downtown area.

    CRDA Director of Project Management Jeremy Sunkett is advocating for the Division of Gaming Enforcement, the Casino Control Commission, the Atlantic City Convention and Visitors Authority to join the CRDA in a building near The Walk Outlets to create heavy density in the tourist area, the Press of Atlantic City reports.

    Sunkett made the comments today at an investment conference aimed to take Atlantic City beyond gaming.

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