Acme Market On LBI Demolished

Dated: 09/27/2014

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Acme Market in Beach Haven Park was razed over the weekend to make way for a brand-new version of the grocery store, nearly twice the size of the original building from the 1950s. Construction is expected to be completed in late spring 2015.

“This is a very big project for us,” said Angela Perez, manager of communication and public affairs at Acme. “We’re really happy to be able to move on this.”
At a special meeting in June 2012, the Long Beach Township Land Use Board approved the application for an eight-lot subdivision of the 6.3-acre property at 9600 Long Beach Blvd., comprising a commercial lot with the new Acme, 214 on-site parking spaces, six residential lots on the south side of the property and a second commercial lot to the north.
The new, 38,875-square-foot Acme will feature expanded meat, produce and deli departments, a bakery and fresh seafood.  —J.K.H.
Article courtesy of The Sandpaper
Photo courtesy of Ryan Morrill
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