Tomorrow we begin three days of nonstop bidding at our incredible Atlantic City auction. This annual three day auction features late model rental fleet construction equipment. As in the past, this sale will have the finest equipment and trucks in the entire Northeast. You want name brand equipment? Our Atlantic City auction is fill of Cat, Komatsu, John Deere, Doosan, Kubota and Bobcat Earthmoving Equipment.
Of course we hope you spend all your time at our Atlantic City auction. But, when the auction ends for the day, what do you do and where do you go? We suggest exploring this beautiful city that allows us to keep coming back year after year.
Atlantic City, New Jersey is the seaside gaming and resort capital of the East Coast, hosting over 27 million visitors a year, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States.
More than $1.7 billion in investments in recent years has enhanced Atlantic City’s magnetic appeal with world-renowned casinos, resorts and hotels, big name restaurants featuring famous chefs, unique attractions, headline entertainment, luxurious spas, championship golf, elite shopping and more.
It may come as no surprise that one of Atlantic City’s greatest draws is its casinos. Atlantic City gaming action comes in virtually every variety. Take a seat at a high-stakes poker table or play the penny slots, if that’s your thing. There’s something fun for everyone in the casinos.
Time is money, so acquaint yourself with all of the casinos Atlantic City has to offer and start practicing your poker face. You’ll be a high-roller in no time. The hardest part will be choosing which of these casino resorts in Atlantic City to visit first.
Bally’s Atlantic City opened in 1979 at the corner of Park Place and the Boardwalk. The property features two casinos with over 220,000 square feet of gaming space and more than 5,000 slot machines. It is one of three Atlantic City casino properties owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment, including Caesars and Harrah’s.
Caesars Atlantic City first opened as the Boardwalk Regency in Atlantic City in 1979. The company bought an 11-story Howard Johnson’s Regency Motor Hotel on the property and renovated it to include seven more floors and a 52,000 square foot casino. When it opened, it was just the second legal casino in Atlantic City.
In 1983, the company added the name Caesars and it became Caesars Boardwalk Regency. In 1987, Caesars renamed the property Caesars Atlantic City. The casino expanded its gaming floor and added two more hotel towers over the next 20 years.
The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa opened in Atlantic City in 2003. It has been the market’s top-grossing casino property ever since. Borgata was originally a partnership between MGM Resorts and Boyd Gaming.
The property features a 2,000-room hotel and a 161,000-square-foot casino with close to 3,500 slot machines and more than 250 table games. It is also home to the premier poker room on the East Coast. The Water Club at Borgata, an 800-room boutique hotel, was added in 2008.
The property now has more than 1,100 rooms and 145,000 square feet of gaming space, featuring more than 3,000 slot machines and 135 table games.
For the distinguished shopper, The Pier Shops at Caesars features elite shopping retailers from Tiffany & Co. and Burberry to Louis Vuitton and Victoria’s Secret. Tanger Outlets, The Walk encompasses 15-city blocks and features impressive outlet shopping venues from Coach and J. Crew to Michael Kors and Eddie Bauer.
With such a wide array of incredible food options, dining in Atlantic City is a delicious multi-culinary experience. Delicious dining abounds with options from Bobby Flay Steak, Wolfgang Puck American Grille, Carmine’s, Cuba Libra, Buddakan and Mia to McCormick & Schmick’s, IL Mulino, Morton’s – The Steakhouse and Ruth’s Chris Steak House.
Getting to Atlantic City is easier than ever. The Atlantic City International Airport is 12 miles west of the city and provides service all over the country. Atlantic City is only an hour from Philadelphia and two-and-a-half hours from New York City. Rail service provided by New Jersey Transit arrives and departs through the rail terminal adjacent to the Atlantic City Convention Center and Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station.
What makes a Lyon Auction unique is that all of the equipment is in the same location. Companies are able to liquidate a large fleet of vehicles in a single auction. Lyon Auction is able to help well-known companies from the conception to the conclusion of the auction. This makes it headache-free and as enjoyable as possible for both the seller and buyer. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, we’re listening!