ATLANTIC CITY — After more than three decades as a staple of the Boardwalk, Trump Plaza could soon be razed.

The facility, which closed in September 2014 as the casino market in the city shrank, is set to be imploded in the spring, Mayor Don Guardian said.

The demolition would open several acres of premium oceanfront property that could attract millions of dollars in investment, experts said. Since its closing, the deteriorating property, formerly owned by President Donald J. Trump, has become a symbol of the fall of the city and its gaming empire.