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New Restaurants, Improvements Coming To Pier Village

LONG BRANCH: Pier Village's new owners are already making their presence felt by making improvements on the property and filling some vacant storefronts.

Kushner Companies has announced that The Peddler will be opening its second Long Branch outpost on Laird Avenue, providing rental bicycles and beach equipment. Manny's Pizza Subs and Salads is now open and has replaced Michaelangelo's which closed nearly two months ago. The shop will also feature fresh bagels from Dough Mama Bagels.

The former home of Shaka, which has been vacant for months, will reopen as Nino's Coal Fired Pizza, with a focus on rib eye steak sandwiches in time for the summer.

Beachy Keen, located on Chelsea Avenue, is another newly-opened shop which sells various, shore-related products.

Several improvements have been made for residents such 24-7 concierge services, entries attended by doormen and a new cardio gym with treadmills, stationery bikes and a yoga area. The lobbies and corridors of the residential entry areas have also been upgraded and the exterior of the buildings have been given a fresh coat of paint.

"The improvements that we are undertaking will help maintain Pier Village's place as the most exciting oceanfront community along the New Jersey coast," Kushner Companies CEO Jared Kushner said in a release. "We are committed to the long term potential of Pier Village and will continue to invest in and make improvements to this special community. We feel lucky to be the stewards of such an iconic property, beloved and enjoyed by so many."

The developers have also said they plan to complete the third phase of Pier Village over the next few years as well.

Word On The Shore asked Kushner Companies if they could reveal the timeline for the construction of Phase 3 as well as any changes that could be made to it but was told, "Unfortunately at this time we are not prepared to unveil other plans."


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