It was a busy day on Friday for Gov. Chris Christie. He visited both Atlantic City and Ocean City to talk about economic development, and projecting New Jersey’s shores.
The Governor also stopped by the site of the new Revel Casino to get a first-hand look at its progress. The $2.8 billion project, which encompasses a 53-story, 6.3 million square foot, 3,800 room hotel and casino, will be the largest property of its kind in Atlantic City when completed.
Christie also said he had not made any real decisions on the Vineland Developmental Center and the UEZ zone projects, like the Wildwood’s boardwalk.