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Jul 4

Singapore Under Contract


an all time high perhaps. let's keep it motels though, which seems to be the case with singapore (hopefully)

Correct me if I'm wrong, wasn't the Singapore under or once under the same ownership as the Oceanview?


As far as the sale, if it's going to be kept a motel which hopefully is the case, this may be a good thing for the property. With the right attention, it could be one of the most unique lodging locations on the island.

I think they were trying to sell the entire block so it is possible they either owned both or partnered with the Oceanview owners. Either way, hopefully it results in improvements for the Singapore.

I really hope the new owners fix up that place. My family and I stayed there last year and it was awful....beyond run down. The front door was shattered, the bathroom has rust all over the floor, the blinds were broke, etc. It was clear that the owners didn't care which made it even more sad. If we had the extra money, I would have gone elsewhere. That was probably the only trip that I did not enjoy and felt incredibly uncomfortable. Needless to say, I was thankful we didn't come home with bedbugs.

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  • This is a bit outdated. I was going to post this earlier this past summer, however my laptop died- along with all my bookmarks. Back on August 7 , The Dom Giordano Program on Philadelphia talk radio station 1210 WPHT interviewed Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano. It was supposed to be an interview about Ocean City, NJ's problem with seagulls and how Wildwood deals with their seagulls. In addition to seagulls, the interview touched on some other topics including the season in general and Pacific Ave. Something I learned from the interview... I never knew Wildwood is known as "The blue collar Riviera". In reference to the seagulls, the mayor commented, "They actually are our best cleaners of the beach...Without them our beaches would be a hell of a lot dirtier". Concerning Pacific Avenue, the Mayor said, although they're trying to revitalize Pacific Ave., "Our main street basically in the summer is the boardwalk... You can't compete against the boardwalk". Anyway, here is a link to the interview in case anyone is interested in listening to it... in case anyone is interested, here is a link to a more recent interview from October 15 , from the same radio program in which the Mayor is interviewed about the Philadelphia woman who was arrested on the beach last summer, who is now suing Wildwood. The Mayor refers to the lawsuit as a "money grab". Link to article and audio clip... (In both interviews, the Mayor sounds a bit nervous when commenting about his re-election coming up in November.)