Ocean City developer keeps busy along shore - 04/26/2014
Scarborough Properties gets a lot of notice when it’s developing very large commercial or institutional projects along the Jersey shore, such as the Shore Medical Center expansion and the Charter Tech school in Somers Point, and the ShopRite plaza in Upper Township.
The family-owned business might be just as active in the absence of such ultra-high-profile work, with several current projects from Cape May to Manahawkin and several others in the planning stages.Read More
SCARBOROUGH PROPERTIES PURCHASES CAPE MAY MARINA & OSPREY LANDING - 01/23/2013
Maritime communities are a specialty of our development business inclusive of operating marinas and full service boat yards for the last 25 years. It is with this background in mind that we purchased the Cape May property with an eye to improve and complete the residential development and to enhance the existing marina. Boat service inclusive of a winter storage program remains a part of our plans moving forward along with our fuel dock, travel lift and service from the outstanding team you have come to know. It is with this lifestyle in mind that we have now set a course to blend marine commerce and a livable community together on the same property. Read More
SHORE MEDICAL CENTER BOASTS NEW NAME, $125 MILLION SURGICAL PAVILION, LEADERSHIP IN PEDIATRIC CARE MODELING - 10/13/2012
With 1,500 employees, 370 physicians, and annual revenues of more than $215 million, Shore Medical Center in Somers Point is this months winner of the SNJBP Impact Award. Out of 3,099 hospitals submitting accountability measures to The Joint Commission, Shore was one of only 405 and the only regional facility to meet or exceed the commissions target rates of performance for heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia and surgical care in 2010. The Medical Center is d Knee Joint Replacement Programs. Read More
BALLINGER RECEIVES CHAIRPERSONS CHOICE AWARD FOR SHORE MEDICAL CENTER - 06/21/2012
IIDA Philadelphia presended Ballinger with the Chairpersona Choice Award at the 8th Annual Interior Design Awards reception, stating that the interiors enhanced and elevated the quality of the architecture of new surgical pavilion. Read More
Towns such as Ocean City turning to private sector to improve services, redevelopment - 08/13/2012
But now Scarborough is in control of the property after the city hired his company to completely rebuild the marina through a public-private partnership that is becoming a hallmark of the current administration and a new tool among New Jersey towns.
“The private sector can do it cheaper and get it done faster,” said Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian, who also said the city has neither the money nor experience to handle such a project.
Gov. Chris Christie has been a major proponent of privatization. In 2010 he created the New Jersey Privatization Task Force, which went on to recommend a variety of ways to privatize state operations, from maintenance on NJ Transit buses to medical services at prisons. Read More
SHORE MEDICAL CENTER - GRAND OPENING - 09/08/2011
Shore Memorial Hospital in Atlantic County, New Jersey, unveiled a new name and logo on Wednesday at a grand opening celebration in the new surgical pavilion and campus expansion.
Now known as Shore Medical Center, the 138,000 square foot surgical pavilion has nine state of the art operating suites to work in. The hospital now boasts the most up to date technology, including a video wall which gives surgeons instant access to key medical information related to a patient’s procedure. Read More
As more charter schools plan to open, South Jersey's track record suggests a tough path ahead
- By DIANE D'AMICO 03/21/2011
After years of lukewarm state support, Gov. Chris Christie promised more charter schools, more flexibility in how they are run and more accountability for results. This month, acting Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf announced an increase in staffing for the Charter School office from five to 14 people and placed two schools in Jersey City and Trenton on probation. A record 23 new schools were approved in January to open in September; another round of applications is due March 31....
Sean Scarborough built the Charter Tech High School, then sold it back to the school. He said successful charters should be allowed to build. He will also build a new addition to Charter Tech, then turn it over to the board when it is finished.
HC+O NEWS - Single Source Model Said to Eliminate Cost Overruns - By Lisa Kopochinski 02/04/2011
It is no secret that the recession has had a major impact on virtually all segments of the construction industry, including the institutional market. But one property developers model for hospitals, colleges and other institutions is proving to be especially cost-effective - a welcome relief in these tough times.
Scarborough Properties, which is based in Gibbsboro, N.J., developed a single-source model that essentially ensures that institutions are not on the hook for cost overruns.
ATLANTIC CITY PRESS, 11/27/2010
Scarborough Properties expands Shore Memorial Hospital in Somers Point while guaranteeing its final cost.
SHORE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Shore Memorial Hospital Auxiliary presents $330,500 Towards SHORE Tomorrow
HARBOUR COVE MARINA - Live Video Feed
Newly installed live video feed from Harbour Cove Marina, Somers Point, NJ. This complex features, among other amenities, 415 in-water slips, 200’ floating fuel dock, first-class restroom and shower facilities, pool, all complemented by on-site marine services and restaurants. Click Here to view video feed
NBC40 NEWS UPDATE: SHORE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Scarborough Properties has so far completed close to 80% of the project. Company officials have told the hospital they will cover any costs exceeding the original contract.
SHORE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL - $135M Construction Update
Scarborough Properties is the sole source property develpoper for this project
CORNER OFFICE - Create new charter schools by romoving roadblocks
Creation of a charter school in New Jersey is no easy task, evident from the stories told over the years by founders of the 73 charter schools now open in the state, as well as other organizers whose proposed schools that never got off the ground.