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Wynn Resorts presented its newly redesigned plan for a casino in Everett to the state Gaming Commission Thursday. The commissioners, who panned an earlier design, liked the changes they saw.

As renderings projected on a screen, Robert DeSalvio, the president of Wynn Everett, described the resort’s new exterior to the five commissioners.

“You will notice right away the graceful curve of bronze colored glass tower, with the cream color bands,” DeSalvio said.

The tower is wider than the previous plan, allowing for another 100 hotel rooms, for a total of 629. And a planned nightclub has now been replaced by meeting and event space. The tower looks more like other Wynn resorts, and curves on each side towards the Mystic River.

“We think it really represents a great opportunity to combine our signature look with this incredible waterfront that we will be delivering," DeSalvio said.

Massachusetts Gaming Commissioner James McHugh says Wynn’s original exterior plan was uninspired.

“This is a much more energetic, much more inviting building than the last one, as one commissioner’s view of it," he said. "And I think it’s a very dramatic and significant response to our concerns."

Before Wynn gets the green light on the resort, the commission still needs to see the plan for the building’s interior, its footprint, parking and other details.