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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.
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.
The Oscar-winning actor Joe Pesci found a buyer for his 7,200-square-foot home in this New Jersey town.
The hospitality industry has taken a huge hit during the pandemic, but a few feel-good stories have emerged and lots of restaurants are staying open for pick-up and delivery.
A 19-acre parcel dubbed “No Man’s Island” isn’t accessible by car but offers a secluded escape just off the Jersey Shore.
A New-American eatery with Latin and Asian influences is now taking reservations at their 200-seat restaurant.
Asbury Ocean Club Surfside Resort and Residences has officially begun closings and just made a record sale with their first penthouse for $5 million.
A testament to maximizing the space you have, this adorable Ocean Grove cottage offers historic charm and beachfront proximity.
The Seaside Heights home where it all began for the ‘Jersey Shore’ stars Snooki, Pauly D and the Situation is available to rent at $3,000 per night.
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