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New letter slipped under the doors of Atlantic City’s Ocean Club condos

We have obtained a copy of the latest letter sent to owners and residents of Ocean Club condominiums in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

While public perception may be different, make no mistake… Ocean Club management has been very transparent about all the different issues we have reported:

  • The use of the balconies by residents is temporarily interrupted due to structural problems and the risk of falling concrete.
  • The parking structural engineering and evaluation report.
  • The announcement that the balconies would be screwed down.

In a new development, we have confirmed that inspections of all Ocean Club balconies are expected to be completed by the week of April 11, 2022.

If you want to catch up on the various issues we’ve covered, here are the links to all of our previous articles as follows:

Read more: Atlantic City Ocean Club residents said they couldn’t use the balconies

Read more: Atlantic City Ocean Club Balcony Problem: Can You Buy, Sell, Now?

Read more: Atlantic City Ocean Club Condos Parking Garage Appraisal Report

Read more: The Atlantic City Ocean Club balcony doors will be screwed down

Read more: Florida ‘Surfside’ Condo Collapse Brings Changes to New Jersey

Harry Hurley TSM.

Harry Hurley TSM.

Now to the latest communication provided to all residents of The Ocean Club Condominiums.

The letter is titled: IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE.

It states that:

  • The balconies are common property. This gives the Association management and control the doors and outdoor spaces.
  • He states that no resident is allowed to use his balcony.
  • The engineering report has determined that there is currently a potential safety issue involving the guardrails.
  • Due to measures taken by the City of Atlantic City, balcony doors cannot be opened by residents.
  • All balconies must be inspected by the week of April 11, 2022.
  • Residents have been told not to open the balcony doors until they have been properly inspected and deemed safe by an engineer.
  • The ban does not apply to ocean-facing balconies that were already plastered in 2017.

In other good news, Ocean Club management has confirmed to owners and residents that no structural issues with the actual balconies have been determined at this time.

The last letter was slipped under the door of each resident yesterday. A copy of the letter has been provided to us.

It’s here.

Harry Hurley TSM.

Harry Hurley TSM.

In the interest of the public, we will continue to update you on any relevant developments.

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