Parkway North Project in Margate Gets Planning Board OK


More than just ‘new construction’, it’s a stately welcome to Margate Parkway North.

Site of a former synagogue; a 17,000 sq ft lot on Ventnor Ave, between Kenyan & Lancaster in Margate.

For over 60 years, Temple Emeth Shalom occupied this corner of Ventnor and Lancaster Avenues in Margate.

The beloved Temple sold for $1 million in 2017, contingent upon getting the property approved for three residential lots.

This land didn’t have much around it when Emeth Shalom purchased it in the 1950s.

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Subdivided into three lots in 2017. Buyer combined 3 lots into one.

All 7 Margate Planning Board members voted YES on this property owner’s variance application

A unique situation: Property features 3 front yards.

How to comply with Margate’s “No Front-Yard Fencing” rules? Make your case for a variance with the Planning Board.


2 thoughts on “Parkway North Project in Margate Gets Planning Board OK”

  1. Joel Steinberg

    Thanks for keeping us informed of construction and development issues.

    It’s pleasing to be part of a community that welcomes new members.

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