The best spot on the Jersey Shore to shoot a zombie apocalypse movie

0

Rather than saying this place is a total disaster, I’m going to get creative and say it’s the best place in Jersey Shore to shoot a zombie apocalypse movie. At the very least, the directors of The Walking Dead could easily film a TV episode in this Jersey Shore location.

Listen to Jimmy G nights on 94.3 The Point and download our free 94.3 The Point app.

I was driving in my hometown of Wall Township and once again remembered how terrible Peddler’s Village looked. Seriously, what a mess! What do we do people ?!

Empty buildings crumble, boarded up windows seem to be waiting for a hurricane that will never come, and the giant parking lot is overrun with uncontrolled weeds. I don’t know what you think when you walk past this place, but for me I still think that someday I’ll see a bunch of zombies roaming the parking lot. It is, unfortunately, a very bad and unnecessary horror for my beautiful hometown.

So what is the future?

Hawkers’ village

I was hoping to show you a ton of photos but didn’t want to be pulled over for trespassing. You can only go that far in the parking lot … “There are cameras watching you.”

Not so long ago there were reports of a “new life” coming to the village of Peddler. In November 2020, Nicole rosenthal of Patch.com reported this:

The plan offers 299 luxury housing units and 101 hotel rooms, with three-story building heights, as well as office and retail space. While the developer sees the new project as “a modern and sophisticated mixed-use lifestyle center,” opponents say it will lead to traffic jams, overdevelopment and overcrowding in the community.

Obviously, it fell apart. Would accommodation and hotel rooms be a good idea? I don’t know, but it’s much better than an abandoned landfill. The future is still pending.

I could ruffle someone’s feathers with this item, but honestly, I don’t care. Something has to be done. In the future, this could be a great opportunity for the city and business developers. What do you think? Which business (ies) do you think is best suited to this location? SHARE & COMMENT!

Is the wall on the list? 30 Special and Unique New Jersey Towns You Must Visit

These are the 25 Best Places to Live in New Jersey

Stacker has compiled a list of the best places to live in New Jersey using data from Niche. Niche ranks places to live based on a variety of factors including cost of living, schools, healthcare, recreation, and weather. Cities, suburbs and villages have been included. Ads and images are from realtor.com.

On the list, there is a robust mix of offerings ranging from large schools and nightlife to public and pedestrian parks. Some regions have experienced rapid growth thanks to the installation of new businesses in the region, while others offer a glimpse into the history of the region with well-preserved architecture and museums. Read on to see if your hometown makes the list.

Who comes to the PNC? Here is the schedule

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.