ICYMI: Shore spot was destroyed by boardwalk fire. Here’s what will take its place

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SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ - JAN 13: Stands on the Casino Pier remain closed to the public on January 13, 2013 in Seaside Heights, NJ. Clean up continues 75 days after Hurricane Sandy struck in October 2012.

The southern end of Seaside Heights’ boardwalk — engulfed in a 2013 fire that also devastated neighboring Seaside Park — will be redeveloped in phases as a pool complex with a modern pavilion and cabanas available for daily and summer rentals, with an outdoor bar scheduled to open this Memorial Day, borough and project officials said.…

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