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Old Posted Apr 7, 2009, 2:20 PM
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I think it still has a quarter ways to go. its supposed to be 70 stories. unknown height in feet. Im not sure if the 70 is still relevant but looking at the split elevator cores it looks reasonable.

For comparison its about even right now with the chairman's tower of Taj which is 42 floors at 429. Revel is supposed to be the tallest buildings in New Jersey outside of Jersey City
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From several sources I have heard 710 feet, which is pretty big.

I made a rendering out of Scruffy's pictures.




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hot damn. i hope thats true
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2009, 9:46 PM
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Why is this not in the construction thread? Come on mods!
     
     
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Must see shots of the building itself.
     
     
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Man we need some pictures pronto!
     
     
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Last couple feet for the parapet from a distance.
     
     
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Took these on Friday while down for the night at the Trump Taj. Was kind of hoping to get up a little closer to take some shots from the boardwalk and whatnot but it was WAY too cold and windy for my blood. I will try again when I go back down in a month.

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Is it true that a Chinese company is finishing the building?
     
     
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Just a comparison of this troubled beast to the other hotels.

     
     
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Holy cow! That is one big casino!
     
     
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according to people inside - casino will open in May 2012






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44 retail stores
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I think it should be changed to U/C from PRO

P.S Casino will have 47 (70?) stories 710 ft / 216 m
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Wow.

That looks incredible.
     
     
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Casino will have 47 (70?) stories 710 ft / 216 m


Wow amazing and huge! - I just love it.

The cladding is slick yo!
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Does anyone know if it is possible to see the Philadelphia skyline from the upper rooms of the tall hotels?
     
     
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according to people inside - casino will open in May 2012
They did that with prime boardwalk space!? That's unfortunate, the building does look nice from afar though.
     
     
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