The resort of Ocean City is, and always has been, ever evolving. Because of the limited amount of space on the island, older buildings are continually being pulled down to make way for new construction. Some visitors love the new hotels with modern facilities, others miss the older buildings which hold precious childhood memories. Whatever your thoughts, this trend is bound to continue, as Ocean City moves with the times, although organisations are around to ensure some precious historic buildings are preserved, restored and revitalized to create a sense of character and charm in our town for locals and visitors alike. Here are just a few examples of the recently changing environment in Ocean City Md.
45th Street Village and the new Aloft Ocean City
JR’s Ribs and Denny’s
Starbucks on 121st St
Sea Scape Motel and the Hyatt Place Hotel
Hooper’s Crab House
Corner of Talbot and Baltimore Ave, Downtown Ocean City
Planet Maze and Tru by Hilton
The old Cropper concrete plant and the new Cambria Hotel
Anne grew up in Edinburgh, Scotland, and still has the accent to prove it. She earned her Business degree from the University of Northumbria in Newcastle, England and when she was 21, she bought herself a round the world ticket and spent a year working and traveling across the globe. She came across Ocean City for the first time 20 years ago and shortly after it became her permanent home. When time allows, Anne still loves to travel. She has been with OceanCity.com since September 2014.