Brigantine Builder Snapping Up Property

The lighthouse circle in Brigantine looks quite different these days, thanks to a local resident & builder. Mike Snyder has bought and already demolished the old Gulf gas station to make way for 2 premium bay-front lots.

Snyder plans to live on one of those lots. The second lot will be put up for sale for another home, or maybe some other use. Some reports suggest that the City of Brigantine might be interested in the lot to expand the Brigantine Historical Museum, building a small park or other project.

In addition to the Gulf acquisition & tear down, Snyder and partner Jack Scheurich should close on their purchase of the old Steak 38 property soon. Steak 38 has a liquor license included in the sale, which does not have to stay attached to that property. Snyder and Scheurich will clean up the place in order to potentially attract a retail chain.

As some already know, Snyder built and then operated the Cellar 32 restaurant for a time.

Snyder is on a tear. He knows the market is rebounding and is snapping up some prime Brigantine real estate for very attractive prices. Snyder is also building two single family bay-front homes next to the Fish Finder Marina.

Another property on Brigantine Beach that’s getting alot of buyer attention is the Seagull Motel. Details on the way….

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3 thoughts on “Brigantine Builder Snapping Up Property”

  1. Why not a great little restaurant/bar on the bay where boats can dock and we could spend an afternoon or evening on the water? It is a very busy circle and more of a commercial area. Why More houses? You want to attract visitors to the island- build a place like the Deauville in little Strathmere and They will come!

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