Atlantic City Polercoaster gets approval

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A rendering of the Orlando Skyscraper project

A rendering of the Orlando Skyscraper project

Orlando is not the only city on the verge of receiving a giant Polercoaster.

The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority approved the 350 foot roller coaster last week, and will be built on the old Sands casino grounds in Atlantic City.

The attraction will be partially funded by the EB-5 Visa program, which grants green cards to foreigners who invest inside the U.S.

Wallack, the man behind the recently approved $500 million Orlando Skyplex, which will feature the world’s tallest roller coaster, says he is extremely excited about the project and feels that “This is exactly what the Boardwalk needs. It needs critical mass.

Wallack also recently opened the Orlando Mango’s Club on International Drive, not far from where Skyplex will take shape.

via Press of Atlantic City


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