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The oceanfront apartment was supposed to be a fresh start for the Nirs, who had recently relocated from Atlanta to join the thriving Jewish community.One family’s harrowing escape from the collapsing condo building: ‘Run, fast!’|Brittany Shammas|July 1, 2021|Washington Post
Experts on sea level rise and climate change caution that it is too soon to speculate if rising seas helped destabilize the oceanfront condo.Before condo collapse, rising seas have long pressured Miami coastal properties|Josh Partlow, Darryl Fears, Jim Morrison, Jon Swaine|June 25, 2021|Washington Post
The course boasts the most oceanfront holes, 10, of any in the northern hemisphere, and if you stood and gazed out at the ocean, you would find it hard to imagine it overtaking the Ocean Course.Golf thrives on the ocean’s edge. What happens when the oceans rise?|Dave Sheinin|May 20, 2021|Washington Post
We had hoped as much when we booked the oceanfront home in the southwest community of Kihei on the Vrbo website.
“It’s created a situation where that beach now has just become a private beach for the people who live on the water,” said Chris Dodds, who lives back from the oceanfront lots.Officials Let Hawaii’s Waterfront Homeowners Damage Public Beaches Again and Again|by Sophie Cocke, Honolulu Star-Advertiser|December 31, 2020|ProPublica
The property has more than 1,200 feet of oceanfront and a 35-acre fresh-water pond.
Oceanfront land is also the main selling point for Copper Beach Farm, the 50-acre property for sale in Greenwich, Conn.
It's land—preferably oceanfront land—and preferably lots of it.
Is there somewhere else that the government could put an oceanfront training facility?
The successful oceanfront Arverne-by-the-Sea development can serve as a model and keystone community.Bloomberg, Cuomo Should Revitalize the Rockaways After Hurricane Sandy|John Avlon|November 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST