LGBTQ+ community invited to ‘Come Out and Sea’ in Atlantic City’s Chelsea neighborhood

the Chelsea Economic Development Corp. – a Atlantic City Development Corporation. non-profit – invites members of the area’s LGBTQ+ community to “Come Out and Sea” in the Chelsea neighborhood of Atlantic City and discover the many reasons why this thriving and inclusive community is becoming the perfect investment opportunity for prospective Jersey Shore homeowners.

On April 22, a “Pride in Home Ownership Tour – Come Out and Sea” event will offer attendees the opportunity to tour the up-and-coming neighborhood of Chelsea and hear speaker presentations by members of the LGBTQ+ community. ‘Atlantic City, including details on real estate transactions and financial incentives for home buyers.

The Chelsea neighborhood is located between the beach and the bay of Atlantic City and includes the boardwalk, University of Stocktonand the new Tropicana Atlantic City campus, with its 24/7 gay-friendly nightlife.

The tour will also include a free happy hour at Garage Noyes-Arts from the University of Stockton featuring local international fare and live entertainment, plus a chance to experience Tropicana Atlantic City nightlife with free entry to Boogie Nights.

The event will conclude with an optional stay at Tropicana with discounted room rates.

A multicultural community, Chelsea is home to hundreds of independent and culturally diverse businesses, including dozens of international restaurants, and has the most diverse neighborhood economy in Atlantic City.

Chelsea EDC says home ownership is currently available for $300,000 or less in Chelsea, and the area is primed for economic revitalization.

“Where can you walk to the ocean, world-class restaurants, schools, clubs, top-notch entertainment, the ocean, and a Ferris wheel from your own affordable home?” asks Michelle Tomko, Chelsea resident, award-winning comedian and ambassador for Atlantic City’s LGBTQ+ community. “Companies are welcoming. There’s a gay affair going on at City Hall. There are allies in the community. From top to bottom, Atlantic City is committed to inclusion.