Among Christie’s big initiatives is the revitalization of Atlantic City.
Atlantic City’s newest casino is seeking some breathing room from its lenders.
Guests at Atlantic City’s newest casino were getting ready to venture onto the beach in front of their hotel on Wednesday, a little more than two months after the Revel’s formal opening.
Atlantic City rejected a bid by its main casino workers union to force a public vote this fall on one casino’s policy limiting many customer service jobs to between four and six years.
Revel CEO Kevin DeSanctis told The Associated Press the $2.4 billion resort began a preview period aimed more at testing out systems than generating revenue.
Bryan Bradley was working with a crane crew to move concrete when the storm blew in. Managers handed out rain gear but kept the work going, according to attorney Paul D’Amato.
With a champagne toast at sunrise, Revel Chief Executive Officer Kevin DeSantics thanked employees for all of their hard work leading up to the mega resort’s opening.
Camden County officials have plans to give Cooper River Park a major makeover.
Atlantic City’s highly anticipated mega-resort, Revel opens its doors to the public Monday April 2, allowing patrons the opportunity to explore the newest addition to the gaming capitol of the East Coast.
They start accepting guests there next month, although the formal grand opening for the 6½-million-square-foot property is slated for Memorial Day weekend.
”Revel” will start welcoming guests next month, with the casino expected to open in May.
New Jersey casino regulators are letting Revel open with a larger casino floor than called for under state regulations, based on the number of hotel rooms the facility will have.
The casino industry in Atlantic City has a lot riding on Revel, a $2.4 billion upscale casino hotel with a 150,000-square foot gaming hall, 1100 rooms, a dozen restaurants, a private beach—and a lot of people working there.
Another milestone for a casino that’s under construction in Atlantic City. The first slot machines are due to arrive at Revel casino Wednesday.
“They want to treat regular, front line workers as if they’re professional athletes but they want to pay them like they’re hot dog vendors,” union president Bob McDevitt says.