ATLANTIC CITY — Another date has been set for the long-delayed opening of the former Revel, which has been rebranded as TEN, according to a report on PressofAtlanticCity.com.
Owner Glenn Straub told the website he wants to open just the hotel portion of TEN on June 15.
Casino Reinvestment Development Authority officials say not so fast, though. They say Straub has yet to provide a required landscaping plan or a traffic study, the report said.
Though the casino portion of the business cannot open until Straub’s appeal of a licensing requirement is heard in court, Straub wants guests to start filling the property’s more than 1,500 hotel rooms.
Straub bought the property in August 2015 for $82 million and has hit snags each time he wanted to open.
Most recently, Straub said he wanted to be open for President’s Day weekend.
Division of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck said then that the opening of a casino on the property is “not even remotely imminent.”
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