Homes in Union Beach, NJ

Union Beach SignExtensive Home Repairs and Home Construction has Revitalized the Borough of Union Beach in Monmouth County, New Jersey. On Sunday, October 28, 2012, at 4:00pm, a mandatory evacuation was ordered for the entire borough by the mayor in preparation for Hurricane Sandy. Nearly a third of the borough's more than 6,200 residents had left by the time the worst of Hurricane Sandy had arrived. By morning, the videos and photos seen on television and social media left the state and the entire world in shock. Of the estimated 2,143 households in the borough, approximately 200 homes and businesses were damaged, 400 took on an estimated 6 or more feet of water, 62 were "completely missing" with an additional 100 that had shifted off foundations and were no longer habitable.

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Union Beach SceneUnincorporated communities, localities and place names within the borough include Lorrillard Beach, Natco, Union Gardens and Van Marters Corner. The borough borders the Monmouth County municipalities of Hazlet, Keansburg and Keyport. Union Beach has also undergone restoration of its beach front, which offers a view of the New York City skyline and the Verazanno-Narrows Bridge. A monument to the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, constructed of black stone and dedicated in June 2002, is positioned to allow visitors to see past the memorial towards the location where the World Trade Center towers were visible from the borough.

Monmouth County is Known for Great Schools and Colleges (Monmouth University, Brookdale Community College), an Extensive County Park System, Attractive Homes and Outstanding White Sandy Beaches. Monmouth County's Shore Towns Offer Fine dining and Shopping as well as Entertainment Venues. Among the Performing Arts to be discovered are the Count Basie Theater, Two Rivers Theater in Red Bank, Asbury Park 1920s Paramount Theater, Convention Center, and the Stone Pony, which has hosted native New Jerseyans such as "The Boss" Bruce Springstein and Bon Jovi. It has Many Miles of Beaches along the Atlantic Coast and Although Some Towns have Free Beaches, Most Charge a Daily Fee. Monmouth County is Located Just an Hour Away from New York City and 90 minutes from Philadelphia. Travel to this Area is Available Via Bus, Trains or Ferries. High Speed Ferries Provide Service from Belford, Atlantic Highlands, and Highlands to Pier 11 Wall Street and East 34th Street, NYC.

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