Yesterday morning, we stood in pleasant 72-degree weather to celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony at Boarding House, Cape May’s newest hotel. This past winter, the former Cape Winds — now owned by the Hirsch family of Montreal Beach Resort — underwent a complete renovation, down to concrete and studs, and transformed into a modern surf-inspired… Read more »
It’s June, which means it’s time for our annual roundup of business changes in Cape May over the past twelve months. As it happens every year, we are saying goodbye to a few long-time businesses and welcoming new faces to town. I won’t bore you with a big lead-in, so let’s get to it. (As… Read more »
Another summer season has come to a close and change is already upon us, but exciting things are in store for 2019. The Cape Winds Motel on Lafayette closed its doors this month and will undergo a total renovation over the winter, reopening next summer as the surf-inspired Boarding House. Philadelphia firm DAS Architects is… Read more »
Sunshine News & Beach owner Ron Sayle made it official this morning when members of the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May gathered at the funky store on Gurney Street, near Beach Avenue, to cut the ribbon. The store’s Facebook page describes it as “intellectual, international, special interest magazines, newspapers, greeting cards,products made from… Read more »
So if you haven’t checked it out yet, stop by the 500 block of the Washington Street Mall and take a look at Galvanic.
The newly renovated Saltwater Café in the South Jersey Marina is officially open and serving breakfast and lunch. Not only does the café offer both indoor and outdoor seating at the restaurant, they have available both shower and laundry facilities for boaters. Coming soon is a new deli, featuring dockside fare, as well as a… Read more »
It’s June and time for the long awaited CapeMay.com’s Who’s New, Who’s Moved and Who’s Gone.