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The Beachfront North Development Real Estate And Homes For Sale In Long Branch, NJ

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  • Richard Nagel
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    Beachfront North Development
    From the late 1800's to the early 1900's, Long Branch was one of the premier beach resorts on the east coast. In fact seven presidents, starting with Ulysses Grant and ending with Woodrow Wilson, vacationed in Long Branch. President Garfield is probably the most notable because, after being shot by an assassin, spent his last days in Long Branch hoping the sea air would help his recovery. Today there is a statue of President Garfield and plaques commemorating the other six presidents on the Long Branch promenade, right behind the Ocean Place Hotel, in the Beachfront North section of town.
  • Elizabeth Justin
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    Beachfront North Development
    Beachfront North lies north of Pier Village and the Ocean Place Resort Hotel. The townhouse section is called The Bluffs. These townhouses are three levels with an attached one car garage, four bedrooms, and multiple decks.

    The condominiums are apartment style units with 1-2 bedrooms. Both sections of Beachfront North use the same outdoor pool, which just happens to be steps from the beach and Rooney's Boardwalk Restaurant. The north end of Long Branch's boardwalk extends to Beachfront North. This community of Beachfront North definitely gives condos in Florida a run for their money!
  • Morris Assouline
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    Beachfront North residing at 11 Cooper Avenue is made of the two sister communities of Grand Resorts and The Bluffs. The location of Beachfront North, which sits moments away from Pier Village and right on the beachfront promenade. Built in the mid-2000's, Grand Resorts contains 180 apartment style units with eight different floor plans that range from a little more than 1,100 square feet to more than 3,600 square feet.

    The Bluffs, consisting of 104 townhouse style units, has seven individual floor plans that range in size from a little less than 2,000 square feet to about 3,600 square feet. They both share the recreational amenities, which include a community room, workout facilities, a heated pool and an internet cafe. Both Grand Resorts and The Bluffs are a pet-friendly community.
  • Richard Nagel
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    The ocean appears to have steam rising off of it, which was the case today as I took my morning walk along the beach. The Long Branch boardwalk and promenade stretches 1.6 miles from Seaview Avenue to Brighton Avenue in West End. Regardless of the time of year, a walk along the beachfront is a great way to start the day.
  • Richard Nagel
    RE/MAX Elite
    Six weeks are now complete and the finished portion of the beach is approaching .7 miles. The work is now at the north end of the Long Branch Promenade. The question is which direction will they go next? North along Seven Presidents Park or start the boardwalk section of the beachfront? The quality of this video was compromised by the high winds along the beachfront on January 2.
  • Richard Nagel
    RE/MAX Elite
    We are entering Week six of the beach replenishment and progress continues despite some bad weather and the Christmas holiday. Right now work is on the stretch of beach behind the Bluffs and Grand Resorts. See the latest progress in this video.
  • Richard Nagel
    RE/MAX Elite
    And the beach continues to grow. The work is up to the Bluffs in Beachfront North. Work is progressing at a rate of about a tenth of a mile per week. If they are able to maintain this pace, the beaches should be completely resupplied with sand in time for Memorial Day. Here a video showing the progress over the past week.
  • Richard Nagel
    RE/MAX Elite
    The beach replenishment has entered it's 4th week and significant progress was made in the past seven days. It looks like almost as much was accomplished last week as was done in the first two weeks. But the progress doesn't come without a cost. From articles I've read, the cost of replenishing the Long Branch beachfront, which is about 2.5 miles, will cost about $40 million. That works out to about $17 million a mile or about $3000 for each foot of beach that gets new sand. When you consider that most of the new sand will have moved on to other places within 5 years, you would think that smart people could come up with a more permanent solution to maintaining the beautiful beaches we all love. The included video shows the progress of the last seven days. Stay tuned!

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