ATLANTIC CITY-The plan re-open the 84-year-old Claridge Hotel here with a “Boardwalk Empire”-style theme moved ahead with the Garden State Discovery Museum’s announcement it will open a second-story showplace for exhibits from the 1920s era that will bring history to life for children.

Clearwater, FL-based TJM Properties closed on purchase of the Claridge earlier this year and plans to reopen it within the year. The hotel was previously attached to a casino that was closed after failing revenues; it was previously owned by Caesars Entertainment.

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