TEN Atlantic City – Formerly known as Revel Casino Hotel Atlantic City
TEN’s hotel tower is the tallest structure in Atlantic City and the second tallest in the state of New Jersey at 710 feet, and the second tallest casino tower in the United States. Arquitectonica was the design architect of the project. BLT Architects was the executive architect for the entirety of the project and architect of record for 75% of the facility. Tishman Realty & Construction, which served as construction manager for Revel. Calvi Electric Company completed contracts for electrical construction of the entire facility including the hotel tower high rise, casino low rise, power distribution infrastructure and fire alarm system.
Revel featured a 150,000 square foot casino, two nightclubs, 13 restaurants, two live entertainment venues and multiple swimming pools. The resort included a 2-acre landscaped rooftop deck containing outdoor pools, cabanas, fire pits and a Sky Garden with more than 30,000 live trees and plants. The casino was located six stories above the ocean, and a three-story nightclub overlooked the lobby. In the summer of 2008 the project was officially scaled back to include just one hotel tower with 1,900 rooms due to lack of financing. In March 2009, construction was stopped because of difficulties in raising the financing necessary to complete the project. Revel resumed construction in February 2011 after new financing was secured, and opened with 1399 rooms.