Atlantic City Pet Friendly Apartment Rental Building

$800/mo, St/1Ba Apartment, 450 sqft. Ian Lazarus | The Ocean 101 Boardwalk | 609-457-0258ilazarus@ocean101Boardwalk.com | 101 Boardwalk #321, Atlantic City, NJ 08401 Pet Friendly Apartment Building St/1Ba Apartment $800/mo Sq Footage 450 sqft. Bedrooms Studio Bathrooms 1 Bath Parking 1 Off street Lease Duration 1 Year Deposit $99 Pets Policy Cats & Dogs OK Laundry Shared Floor 3rd Website www.Ocean101Board...…

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What’s new in Atlantic City ? A new Seawall and Boardwalk coming soon.

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…

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10 Date Night Atlantic City Area Destinations

It’s date night and there’s a certain someone you’re eager to impress. No romantic night out is complete without quality time shared together over a memorable meal. The right cuisine and the perfect ambience can create date night magic. In fact, the restaurant you choose plays an essential role in whether your night is a windfall or a wipeout. So…

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CRDA to study developing an indoor marketplace in Atlantic City

Posted: Sunday, December 2, 2012   By JENNIFER BOGDAN Staff Writer An indoor marketplace resembling Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market could be among the next projects undertaken by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. In September, the authority took steps toward spending $100,000 on a feasibility study to determine whether the project would be a good fit inAtlantic City. That study is moving…

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Archdiocese of Philadelphia villa in Ventnor sells for $4.125 million at auction

By ANJALEE KHEMLANI, Staff Writer VENTNOR — The villa owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia sold at auction Saturday for more than $4 million to Steve and Ilene Berger, of Philadelphia. The Bergers are owners of Berger Rental Communities, dealing in apartments in eastern Pennsylvania. Their winning bid was $4.125 million. Adding in a required additional 10 percent,…

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Condo Boards Take a Stand on Delinquencies

By JULIE SATOW Published: June 22, 2012 A SUCCESSFUL condominium depends, in large part, on owners’ paying their monthly fees promptly and in full. Delinquencies can mean less money for maintenance and amenities — and draw the ill will of fellow residents. While the sheer size of larger buildings can often blunt their impact on the budget, small buildings with…

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$1.2 million in place to start up the South Inlet project in Atlantic City

Posted: Tuesday, June 19, 2012 By JENNIFER BOGDAN Staff Writer Plans for a mixed-use development project expected to transform sections of the South Inlet’s blighted and vacant neighborhoods into a bustling downtown with restaurants, shops and housing moved forward Tuesday as the project received $1.2 million. Money devoted by the New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development…

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CRDA plans to create $6 million park around Abescon Lighthouse

Posted: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 By EMILY PREVITI Staff Writer Press of Atlantic City ATLANTIC CITY — Officials plan to spend more than $6 million in the next year or so transforming a six-block area of the South Inlet into a park centered on the Absecon Lighthouse. The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority board voted Tuesday to let agency personnel enter…

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Atlantic City needs more nongambling attractions for visitor

Posted: Saturday, March 24, 2012 By DONALD WITTKOWSKI, Staff Writer pressofAtlanticCity.com Atlantic City must continue to build nongambling attractions to become a more appealing tourist destination and let visitors know “this is not your father’s or grandfather’s resort,” a new tourism survey indicates. The April 2 opening of the…

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