Convention Center, Casino, Hotel Use. Restaurant on 2 floors and kitchens on top floor. Very good condition. This is set up as a restaurant. It is not a hotel but could be used for that purpose. Large lounge bar areas. Conference rooms,
Depth: 13'9" at centerline with 12" camber
7 Bulkheads: Transverse at 21' / 61' / 96' / 200' / 241' / 285
Longitundinal at: Centerline
Construction Date: 1969
Steel beam and steel stud construction. Dryvit exterior.
No bearing walls in structure. Configure as you wish.
Height from Waterline: 62'
Construction / Renovation: 1993 / 2006 - reported $9.0M spent at that time
Area: 43,500 s.f. (14,500 s.f. / deck)
Elevators: 3 (two for public use / 1 service)
Kitchen: Sufficiently sized to serve both buffet and high-end restaurant --located on First and Third Floors Grand Staircase
Roof can be removed to gain a top deck for out door activities, open air bar and more.
Structure is massively built, lots of steel, conversion of top deck is realistic
Also recommended that a stage be added in one of the lower decks for entertainment.
Estimated persons on board depending on local building codes.
Deck 1: 250 persons for bar lounge area + 150 persons conference room
Deck 2: 350 persons lounge / bar + 120 persons conference room
Deck 3: 40 persons bar + 120 persons conference + 45 persons dining + kitchen area
This facility served more than 1 million persons per year in the casino district. It was a significant tourist attraction in that area.
Vessel can be towed to New Orleans and loaded aboard a Lift Ship for transportation to worldwide locations. Cost estimated at $3.0M to such destinations as Dubai or Thailand
Estimate $1.0M for transport to New York
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