BET Investments Inc., of Horsham, is scheduled to break ground Thursday on a 16,000-square-foot retail project in Atlantic City on the Boardwalk property where Trump World's Fair Casino stood, Casino Reinvestment Development Authority said.
Bruce E. Toll, the investor behind BET Investments, outbid Donald Trump for the 2.5-acre property at a bankruptcy auction in 2005, paying $2.15 million for the land. Trump World's Fair closed in 1999.
The development authority said that no tenants for the new project had been named.
- Harold Brubaker