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City prepares to rename street, beach after Revel casino


Press of Atlantic City,  Thursday, December 24, 2009 at 1:23:23 PM

As Revel Entertainment Group struggles to find financing to complete its $2 billion megacasino, they are still moving forward to make the area around the casino their own.

An ordinance up for final reading next week would designate the beach in front of Revel's South Inlet site as Revel Beach. Also under the measure, the portion of Connecticut Avenue from Melrose Avenue to Oriental Avenue would be named Revel Boulevard.

But the street name will appear with the Connecticut Avenue sign, likely calming any fans of the popular Monopoly board game potentially worried about altering the iconic street listing.


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