The shore town that touts itself as “America’s Greatest Family Resort” is getting a new hotel that reflects the family-friendly market.
Known as the North Island Inn, the all-suite boutique hotel is under construction on a prime spot only a block from the Boardwalk and will make its debut in the summer of 2020.
“The goal would be the Fourth of July,” the hotel’s developer, Christopher Glancey, said of the approximate timeframe for a grand opening. “But we’re always weather-dependent.”
Glancey spoke Tuesday during a bitterly cold afternoon that hardly evoked leisurely summer days lying on Ocean City’s sunny beaches.
However, Glancey and his development partner, Bob Morris, have their eye on the calendar as they press ahead to have the hotel ready in time for the bustling summer tourism season.
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Mayor Jay Gillian announced Friday that a beach replenishment project for the south end of Ocean City could begin as soon as next week.
The contractor took advantage of calm seas last week to lay a pipeline from a dredge in Corson’s Inlet to the beach between 58th Street and 59th Street. Work to rebuild beaches and dunes will begin at 59th Street.
About 1,000 feet (two blocks) of beach at a time will be closed to public access as the work moves progressively northward toward 45th Street.
The project is expected to be completed within 30 days, and when it is, Ocean City will have received 505,000 cubic yards of new sand across 1.5 miles of beach, the mayor said.