The Jersey Shore, The Allenhurst Club, Allenhurst, c1904

Allenhurst was originally planned to attract high society to vacation at �the city by the sea.� Easily accessible by rail, it catered to the wealthy residents of big cities like New York and Philadelphia. The town minimized commercial use and offered private clubs, picturesque beaches and architecturally significant homes. Maintaining its appeal nearly a century later, in 2015 Allentown ranked among the top 2 percent of wealthiest zip codes in the United States.

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The Jersey Shore, The Allenhurst Club, Allenhurst, c1904

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