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Ocean Resort Casino


Ocean Resort Casino
Revel, Revel Entertainment Atlantic City Resort, TEN Atlantic City



  • It is planned to include two hotel towers with approximately 1,900 rooms each; 150,000 square feet of casino space; and 500,000 square feet of dining, retail and entertainment space including a 5,500 seat theater, an expansive health club and spa, and meeting space.
  • Revel Entertainment's resort will occupy a 20-acre beachfront site just northeast of the Showboat Atlantic City and the Trump Taj Mahal Hotel & Casino.
  • Preliminary site plan approvals received from the City of Atlantic City Planning Board on November 7, 2007, allow foundation work to proceed beginning in late 2007.
  • As of November 7, 2007, Revel was unsure whether both towers would be built as part of phase one construction.
  • The project's twin towers will be the city's tallest, surpassing plans for the MGM Grand Atlantic City.
  • Several more approvals must be obtained before major construction can begin.
  • Preliminary site work has been in progress since mid 2007.
  • Total cost is expected to be about $2 billion.
  • The project will be themed as a resort destination with casino activity, rather than a casino with supporting amenities.
  • The "having a party" theme will include intensive development of the adjacent beach and Boardwalk.


New Jersey

Involved Companies

BLT Architects
SOSH Architects


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# Building Height Floors Building type Year Status
1 fullheightview-view-from-the-water Ocean Resort Atlantic City 710 ft 53 skyscraper 2012
2 exterior-view-from-the-west-showing-preliminary-construction-activity Revel - South Tower ≈837 ft 70 skyscraper 2010
3 carpark-photo-taken-from-the-south Ocean Atlantic City Parking Garage 12 open-air structure 2012
4 exterior-from-southwest Ocean Atlantic City Casino ≈72 ft 6 low-rise building 2012
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