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Point Pleasant Beach Condo Project Opens Its Doors

(From the left) Developers Roman Barsky and Vincent Palmieri celebrate the grand opening of the new Emporium at the Beach condominiums in Point Pleasant Beach.
(From the left) Developers Roman Barsky and Vincent Palmieri celebrate the grand opening of the new Emporium at the Beach condominiums in Point Pleasant Beach.

POINT PLEASANT BEACH, NJ, March 13, 2014 – Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate’s Bay Head office manager Pete Zanowic recently announced the official opening of the Emporium at the Beach condominiums in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey. The Grand Opening ceremony, held on March 2nd, welcomed more than 70 guests including interested buyers, area residents, and Councilman Andy Cortes.

Located on the corner of Bay and Trenton avenues, the 12-unit condominium, formerly known as Antique Emporium, is being developed by Roman Barsky and Vincent Palmieri.

“The shore community of Point Pleasant Beach has greeted the renovation of this landmark property with open arms and open eyes,” noted Zanowic. “When homebuyers see the modern finishes and touches in these condos, they are not asking how much, they’re asking how soon they can move in.”

 

ABOUT GLORIA NILSON & CO. REAL ESTATE
Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate, owned by Dick Schlott, has serviced the most discerning buyers and sellers of residential real estate in New Jersey for more than 35 years with 21 offices and more than 700 sales associates throughout New Jersey and Bucks County, PA. Our expanded family of services, including residential, commercial real estate, mortgage, title and national relocation, provides clients with valuable, customizable full-service support when buying and selling property. The company’s unwavering commitment exemplifies our core mission of providing superior customer service and real estate excellence. For more information or to contact an office near you, please visit http://www.glorianilson.com.
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