The Trump Taj will undergo a major revamp in purchase to become the rough Rock Atlantic City. The minarets need to go. And the faux Mughal architecture, that’s out too.
‘Little Steven’ van Zandt and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie were both current at the tricky Rock press meeting on where it was announced that the Taj would be changed completely before it reopens as a Hard Rock property wednesday.
That vaulted dome, the main one that moved A donald that is 40-something trump proclaim he had created the ‘eighth wonder of the world’ … well, ignore it. It’s coming off. It is so 1990.
Instead, there is going to be refreshing straight lines, a whole load of electric guitars every-where ( since you can’t have too lots of those, right?) and neither a dome nor a decorative spire coming soon.
This is the $375 million redesign associated with the Taj, announced by its brand name new owner, rough Rock International, at a press conference Wednesday.
‘There will not be one… and underscore the word ‘one’… piece of design, architecture, minaret or anything left over from the Taj Mahal,’ Hard Rock CEO Jim Allen said. ‘it is being removed by us all.’
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