Video: New Name for Former Revel Casino


ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – "Ten" was announced as the new name and new brand for Atlantic City's most expensive building, the former Revel Casino, which is also planning a new opening date.
Robert Landino, Ten's chief executive officer says they plan to open the doors to the 6.3 million square foot property once again in the first quarter of 2017.
Florida developer Glenn Straub bought the $2.4 billion resort from bankruptcy court for $82 million and since then has mentioned several ideas for the property.
Some of the building's nearly 1,400 hotel rooms were scheduled to open in June but city officials put a halt on that opening due to a lack of permits and incomplete inspections.