So why are we so lucky to get a new seawall and boardwalk in the Northend of Atlantic City?
Since Atlantic City doesn’t had extra money, the Federal government is picking up the tab on the first two phases of the flood prevention project. It could also be one of the most important tourism projects in the city’s 40 year history since gambling was passed in 1976. With the boardwalk completed more people will come down the Atlantic City Boardwalk all the way to the end near Gardner’s Basin.
The three phases of the Seawall Project or to be completed by Fall of 2017. The walkway and boardwalk will complete the Famous five mile Atlantic City Boardwalk from Jackson Avenue to Gardner’s Basin. “This has been a long time coming” said Ian Lazarus Director of Marketing of The Ocean Apartments at 101 Boardwalk and local Realtor with The Landis Co., Realtors. “I remember walking in this old part of the boardwalk back in 1986 when the original Hackney’s restaurant was still standing” Lazarus said.
This will really begin the fourth wave of development in Atlantic City’s Inlet section. The old eventually becomes the new areas for housing and development. Stay tuned for more hot news on www.AtlanticCityRealEstateBlog.com
Contact Ian Lazarus for more information about Atlantic City sales and rentals. (609)457-0258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.