Over 1 million people visited Asbury Park in 2016 and the food scene is helping the city become a year-round destination.
Plans for a performance venue presented earlier this year have been scraped by the city, but a new music and arts hall could still be coming to Springwood Avenue.
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.
$1 billion in capital for redevelopment is promised over the next decade, but locals wonder where they will fit in the new Asbury Park
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Newark cleans up its act, Revel in Atlantic City set to reopen, Wall Street Journal visits Hoboken, increased ridership on PATH creates problems, and more.
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, American Dream Project is too big to fail, Hoboken Oysterfest brings Wyclef Jean and Plain White T's, a new state program helps to preserve historic buildings, and more.
Even short city escapes have worthy benefits—like returning with wider eyes and perhaps a souvenir in tow, or at least a little beach in your hair. Asbury Park, one of the closest shore points to Jersey City (clocking in at an hour away and skipping most shore Parkway traffic), has become an ideal destination for such a spell.