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Re: Too late to save old Casino in the Park, but there may be a new one
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Here’s a look at the venue replacing Jersey City’s iconic Casino in the Park

Updated 4:40 PM; Today 4:05 PM (10/3/2019)

By Patrick Villanova | The Jersey Journal and Joshua Rosario | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — The public got its first look Wednesday at plans for the restaurant and event venue that will replace Casino in the Park, the longtime Lincoln Park institution that closed in 2017.

Hudson County officials and representatives from Landmark Developers unveiled renderings of the 25,000-square-foot building that will rise in place of the banquet hall during a public meeting Wednesday night.


https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/10/here ... c-casino-in-the-park.html

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Owners of two Downtown Jersey City restaurants want to run new Casino in the Park

Posted Apr 23, 2019
By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — The companies behind two big Downtown Jersey City eateries are bidding to lease the Casino in the Park space in Lincoln Park, which Hudson County wants to turn into a major destination.

Landmark, which owns Liberty House banquet hall and restaurant in Liberty State Park, and the owners of Montgomery Street steakhouse Liberty Prime have submitted plans to partner with the county on a new-and-improved Casino in the Park, sources with knowledge of the matter told The Jersey Journal.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/04/owne ... w-casino-in-the-park.html
how busy is liberty prime? is jc big enough to support that business? just wondering? i recall two previous restaurants that occupied that space failing.

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Owners of two Downtown Jersey City restaurants want to run new Casino in the Park

Posted Apr 23, 2019
By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — The companies behind two big Downtown Jersey City eateries are bidding to lease the Casino in the Park space in Lincoln Park, which Hudson County wants to turn into a major destination.

Landmark, which owns Liberty House banquet hall and restaurant in Liberty State Park, and the owners of Montgomery Street steakhouse Liberty Prime have submitted plans to partner with the county on a new-and-improved Casino in the Park, sources with knowledge of the matter told The Jersey Journal.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/04/owne ... w-casino-in-the-park.html

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They need to do an article about that old Al's Diner right outside the casino on Communipaw. I'ts been abandoned for few years now. Has a few broken windows & looks like that used junk car dealership next door took over that back lot with chopped up cars & trash in the back.

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Too late to save old Casino in the Park, but there may be a new one | Quigley

Posted Mar 4, 8:00 AM
By Joan Quigley | For The Jersey Journal

The place used to be filled with glowing brides, harried event organizers and bellowing politicians. But now the only occupants are squirrels, mice and pigeons. Where there used to be tall centerpieces, hard liquor, cheap wine, vanilla ice cream in aluminum parfait dishes, and the all-year-round Christmas tree, now there are only fallen tiles, ripped wires, and puddles of stagnant water.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/03/too- ... be-a-new-one-quigley.html


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