“Lighthouse Row” Townhomes Break Ground in Atlantic City

Lighthouse Row Townhomes Atlantic City Rendering
Rendering of Lighthouse Row. Image courtesy of MPMB Developers.

The Inlet neighborhood of Atlantic City will be getting some new housing as construction has begun on a stretch near one of the city’s most prominent landmarks.

Late last month, ground was broken on Lighthouse Row. The project comes from developer Keith Groff along with MPMB Developers and will start to rise soon at 12 South New Hampshire Avenue between Atlantic and Pacific Avenues.

The lots, which have been vacant for years, sit in the shadow of the Absecon Lighthouse and are sandwiched between major hotels like the Ocean Casino Resort and more residential-leaning neighborhoods to the north and west.

Lighthouse Row Townhomes Atlantic City Rendering 2
Image courtesy of MPMB Developers.

The $4 million project will consist of eight new residences within four detached townhome buildings. Each home will rise two and a half stories, with residences in each building sporting four bedrooms, three full baths, outdoor decks, and driveways.

SJ Hauck Construction is the general contractor on the project, which touts itself as being the first new major residential construction in 20 years. Lighthouse Row is the second new development project in the Inlet following North Beach Mini Golf, a course and bike rental facility that opened in 2022.

A timeline for the completion of the homes has not been announced, and possible price points for the units have not yet been disclosed.


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