As long as Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal is in operation, so will be the Hard
Rock Cafe that is inside.
The New Jersey Labor Department was given notice of potential closing for April
22. The filing was submitted on Wednesday. 73 people are employed by the
However, the current lease is set to expire in 2016. The Hard Rock's parent
company intends to keep operations open until that time.
Representatives from the Hard Rock chain state that the filing with the
department was done as a precaution. The casino filed for bankruptcy. The filing
was submitted in case the casino is forced to close.
Carl Icahn is an investor that has shown interest in purchasing the Taj Mahal.
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