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ICONA Resorts has proposed a full-service hotel across from Cape May's beach but is asking for a redevelopment designation that local officials are reluctant to grant.
An eatery and outdoor bar called Boat Drinks has joined a fine-dining restaurant and casual lunch spot inside the Cape May Terminal, where a mini-shopping village will be built later this year.
Unlike in nearby Cape May, the Point doesn’t have a historic preservation commission.
The state’s most densely populated county generated by far the most short-term rental revenue, accounting for almost half of the statewide total.
The collective Jersey Shore hosted the most short-term guests this summer, while Hudson County was again the top destination in the Garden State.
This quintessentially Cape May home with two structures offers residents the opportunity to live in one and rent the other.
Owned by only two families since 1878, this Cape May Victorian with ocean views is one of the only single-family Victorians that remain in the area.