iStar’s Asbury Ocean Club Hotel along the Asbury Park waterfront will open just in time for summer.
During the next meeting of Asbury Park’s planning board, an application will be heard to develop a 112,000-square-foot property directly west of the Asbury Ocean Club.
A project from New York-based Sackman Enterprises will expand and revitalize an existing Asbury Park structure.
Two multifamily properties in Asbury Park, New Jersey have sold for $5,925,00 million.
This unusual Asbury Park development, reminiscent of the movie “Up,” is looking to build two separate condo buildings that would surround a single-family home.
Recently designated a Transit Village, Asbury Park will begin to be able to realize many public sector ambitions and hopefully unite both sides of the city around a revitalized train station.
As the city becomes attractive to developers, several battles are being waged in hopes of keeping the community inclusive, including attempts to expand affordable housing.
Over 1 million people visited Asbury Park in 2016 and the food scene is helping the city become a year-round destination.
iStar has revealed a trio of new Asbury Park partnerships including a residential mid-rise with Somerset Development slated for a parcel near the iconic Wonder Bar.
Asbury Park’s planning board finally greenlit a controversial proposal from Manhattan-based iStar, who can now construct a private club that will overlook the boardwalk and Atlantic Ocean.