Head right along the broad street, divided by a narrow median, for a quick tour of the historical district. Note the diamond-paned casement windows and painted shutters (with heart cut-outs) at the pet center.
Formerly a service station, the building at the corner of the Plaza and West Shore Trail also dates from this period (1928-1930) and has a multi-color slate roof and hip dormers.
The carport in front is supported by huge corner towers, with a thick chain draped between them.
The Plaza expanded between 19, and the private planned community grew, too, as more summer homes were added.
Originally, houses cost only $3500--a princely sum back in the '20s and '30s.
It is updated by our firm and published on an annual basis by the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education and is the subject of an annual, award winning lecture series which affords all family law practitioners in New Jersey the opportunity to learn of the most recent family court cases and how they affect the practice of family law in New Jersey. Yudes has earned the respect of not only his peers and clients, but of the Judiciary as well, so much so that in 1999, he was asked to be the Family Law Coordinator at the New Jersey Orientation for newly appointed Judges. Yudes has helped to shape the family law landscape of New Jersey in such matters as how businesses should be valued in divorce cases; the method for computing income for unemployed, high net-worth individuals as it relates to alimony; the right to a jury trial in marital tort cases, together with many other family issues.
The Yudes Family Law Citator summarizes important family law cases dating back to 1947.The main entrance is off of West Shore Trail, with plenty of handicapped parking alongside a grassy expanse.The 800-acre lake is stocked with numerous fish, including striped bass, and has a catch and release policy.The private resort community opened on June 26, 1927, with a young full-blooded Mohawk woman, Princess White Deer, in attendance.She sang on Broadway in a number of shows, including the Ziegfeld Follies, and the Plaza was named in her behalf and the lake in honor of her tribe.Swing back to face the lake now, and notice that to the left of the Boardwalk stands a stucco kiosk (circa 1928) with variegated slate hip roof. From the garden go right and up wide steps to the Boardwalk, a leg-stretching 1000 feet with herring-bone design.