Address: 863 Pelham Place, Ocean City, NJ 08226
VROCNJ Listing #172
This beautiful furnished, 2nd floor beach block condo is less than a 5 minute walk to the beach, boardwalk, tennis courts, jogging track, basketball courts, and amusement pier. Downtown shops and restaurants are only a short walk away. It is located on a quiet, one way, tree-lined street in the heart of Ocean City, New Jersey.
This immaculate home boasts a spacious floor plan which includes 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms including a breathtaking master suite on the firstfloor. Appointed with hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, custom trim and woodwork throughout,a huge two car garage with a bonus family room / game room, a large rear deck which opens to the back yard and in-ground pool.
Just as we take steps to keep ourselves healthy through the changing of the seasons, we need to do the same with our home. Heating and air conditioning units that aren’t properly maintained and cleaned can cause additional allergens and particles to circulate around your home.
For the second time in two months, members of Ocean City’s governing body Thursday night expressed dismay about a proposed wind farm that would be powered by nearly 100 gigantic turbines anchored 15 miles off the coast.
Touted as a form of clean energy, the project by the Dutch energy company Orsted is a centerpiece of Gov. Phil Murphy’s goal of having 7,500 megawatts of offshore wind capacity in New Jersey by 2035.
Members of City Council, though, pointedly asked whether Orsted’s 1,100-megawatt project would make financial sense while reiterating their concerns that it might harm Ocean City’s tourism industry as well as local businesses.
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TJ Ricciardi has had the good fortune of having some of the country’s most acclaimed chefs as his mentors, including Luke Palladino, Stephen Kalt and Tom Harkins.
By working in the kitchen with some of the luminaries of the culinary world, he cultivated his own extraordinary cooking talents and has brought them to the Jersey Shore as the new executive chef of the Deauville Inn in Strathmere.
Combining flair with flavor, Ricciardi has reshaped the menu. The new menu is the latest change in the restaurant’s transformation under owner Dr. Tim Smith, who bought the Deauville in 2019 with the goal of blending the historic building’s old-fashioned charms with modern upgrades to create a more upscale experience for customers.