Wellington Plaza: open for business

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Mayor Mike Bagnell cuts the ribbon at Wellington Plaza Saturday, June 30.
VENTNOR – The newly opened Wellington Plaza had a grand opening celebration Saturday, June 30 welcoming customers to the newly renovated building of stores and offices.

The 5215 Wellington Ave. location, next to Ventnor City Fire Department Station No. 2, is the home to Plaza Discount Liquors, Lacovara Public Adjusters, Daja Hair Salon and New City Fellowship of Atlantic City.
Gregory Gregory of Gregory’s Restaurant and Bar in Somers Point served as the emcee, welcoming a large crowd to the grand opening of the plaza.
Gregory said the building features eight offices and shops in the building and nearly 70 parking spots.
He said the building was designed by SOSH architects in Atlantic City.
Rev. Santo Garofalo, pastor of New City Fellowship of Atlantic City, performed a blessing of the building.
Mayor Mike Bagnell performed the ceremonial ribbon cutting and wished all the businesses luck in the city.

Photos by Shaun Smith

Ventnor residents Kim Fantazzia and Debbie Argentina have a picture taken with Bill Lacovara owner of the building and of Lacovara Public Adjustors during the grand opening celebration June 30.   Owners of Plaza Discount Liquors Germaine, Shirley and Irene Djambinov suggest margaritas as cool summer beverages to Mayor Mike Bagnell during the grand opening celebration Friday, June 30.   The employees of Daja Hair Salon gather for a photo outside of their new location at Wellington Plaza. From left are owner James Armanini of Brigantine, Yomaira Mercedes of Egg Harbor Township, Lisette Acosta of Egg Harbor Township, Chalis Tejade of Egg Harbor Township, Ali Earling of Brigantine, Heather Kelly of Pleasantville and David Velasco of Brigantine.   Gregory Gregory of Somers Point welcomes the crowd to Wellington Plaza Saturday, June 30.


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