Revel Casino, home of HQ Nightclub, has six potential buyers after second bankruptcy
Atlantic City’s mayor announced yesterday that there are six potential suitors for Revel Casino Hotel, which is currently up for sale at a bankruptcy auction. Revel, the city’s newest casino, cost an approximate $2.4 million to build. It opened in the April of 2012 and has been in bankruptcy once before. HQ Nightclub, arguably Atlantic City’s best nightclub would be forced to shut down if there were no investors looking to take over the luxurious yet struggling resort. This news brings good fortune to Angel Management Group, who operate both HQ and Hakkasan in Las Vegas.
Via: Star Ledger