The Residences at Pacific development team will be presenting to the Wildwood Planning Board on Monday Oct 5th, 6pm… to review their retail and residence project. It will take the location where The Fairview, 2nd St Annies, and MT Bottles buildings are currently located. We have the plans!! Before the meeting! The provided video gives a a full rundown!
Work has started to paint large Beach Balls on the asphalt of two key Rio Grande intersections in Wildwood! This is part of the larger Rio Grande Gateway flood management project, which also recognizes the importance of this entrance gateway to travelers, and includes distinctive features like this to promote the town’s tourist image.
As we sadly get closer to the end of the summer Wildwood season, the question always comes up on Social Media “When do the piers close? When does the boardwalk close?”… and with the presumably lighter crowds of COVID, it adds just a little more doubt to what will be open after Labor Day. Well the last ride for 2020 will be Sunday Sept 20th. But it gets a little more complicated than that as things wind down on different speeds, and you can still get Curley’s Fries on September 27th!
On Monday August 3rd, developers will be presenting to the Wildwood Planning Board, their plans to develop a prominent block of Pacific Avenue with all new development. The project will be a 4 story building, with retail and residential units… and a pool in the back with bar, identified as “club area” Memorable icons will be demolished to make room for the project.
We haven’t even explained what this site is about yet… but I wanted to get a post up really just to test the site setup and see that it all works.
But the video is still worth a view!