If one of your bucket list goals is to own a lucrative business at one of South Jersey's incredible beaches, you might be in luck.

Nino's Family Restaurant, once located on Magnolia Avenue and the Boardwalk have closed their doors at that location and are selling that space. Formerly the site of Groff's Restaurant, Nino's won't be closed forever. The boardwalk location was one of two Nino's locations. The one in Cape May Court House right on Route 9 will still remain open.

Nino's on Route 9, as a matter of fact, is open all year round.

If you've always wanted a business on the boardwalk, now's your chance. The site's address is 423 E Magnolia Avenue in Wildwood and is currently in search of a new owner. Obviously, you could easily open up another restaurant at that location. But, don't let that hold you back. After all, you'd have a prime real estate spot on your hands. It never hurts to go take a look. Who knows? Maybe your business will be the newest and most successful site on the Wildwood boardwalk next summer!

If interested in the property, it's being listed by Shore Point Realty. Thanks to the folks over at the 'Watch The Tramcar Please' Facebook page, we know that you can reach out to Shore Point at 609-522-2286.

Source: Facebook

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