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Police arrest 1 man accused of kidnapping 2 people at Myrtle Beach hotel

Police arrest 1 man accused of kidnapping 2 people at Myrtle Beach hotel

Rysheen Dala Williams faces several charges



TOMORROW, WITH SOME CHANGES ON SUNDAY. I WILL GET YOU CAUGHT UP ON THE LATEST ON THAT, COMING UP. GEOFF: WELL, BREAKING OVERNIGHT, WE ARE FOLLOWING TWO DEADLY CRASHES, WITH DRIVERS FACING DUI CHARGES. HANNAH: ONE OF THOSE HAPPENED IN ANDERSON COUNTY, WHERE A TEENAGE DRIVER IS ACTUALLY CHARGED. TROOPERS SAY 18-YEAR-OLD JUSTIN FOWLER WAS DRIVING ON LAKE ROAD, NEAR RILEY ROAD, WHEN HE WENT OFF THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD AND HIT A FENCE AND A TREE. GEOFF: THIS HAPPENED JUST AFTER 8:00 THURSDAY NIGHT. FOWLER WAS NOT HURT. THE FRONT-SEAT PASSENGER HAD TO BE MECHANICALLY REMOVED FROM THE TRUCK AND DIED AT THE HOSPITAL. TROOPERS SAY THAT THE PASSENGER WAS NOT WEARING A SEAT BELT. ONE OF THE TWO OTHER TEENAGE PASSENGERS WAS HURT. HANNAH: IN SPARTANBURG COUNTY, A DRIVER IS FACING DUI CHARGES, AFTER A DEADLY CRASH INVOLVING THREE VEHICLES. GEOFF: IT HAPPENED THURSDAY NIGHT, JUST AFTER 9:00, ON PARRIS BRIDGE ROAD, NEAR DAVIS ROAD. THAT IS JUST OFF I-85, ABOUT THREE MILES WEST OF BOILING SPRINGS. HANNAH: TROOPERS SAY 43-YEAR-OLD JAMELLS FLOYD HIT A 2007 HONDA HEAD-ON, REBOUNDED, AND THEN HIT A 2001 HONDA TRAVELING THE SAME DIRECTION. THE DRIVER OF THE 2007 HONDA DIED AT THE SCENE, AND A PASSENGER WENT TO THE HOSPITAL WITH NON-LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES. THE 2001 HONDA DRIVER WAS NOT HURT. FLOYD IS CHARGED WITH FELONY DUI WITH DEATH. GEOFF: CHANGING GEARS NOW, AND RIGHT NOW, SEVERAL SHOPPERS ARE ALREADY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF BLACK FRIDAY DEALS. HANNAH: THIS IS A LIVE LOOK AT THE BEST BUY IN GREENVILLE. QUITE A FEW CARS IN THE PARKING LOT BUT NOT NEARLY AS MANY AS YEARS PASSED. SOME STORES CHOSE TO OPEN, WITH CORONAVIRUS PERCUSSIONS. OTHERS CHOSE NOT TO OPEN THEIR BUILDINGS AT ALL, OFFERING THEIR DEALS SOLELY ONLINE. THIS POST-THANKSGIVING SHOPPING TRADITION STARTED BACK IN THE 1980’S, WHEN RETAILERS STARTED SLASHING PRICES FOR ONE DAY TO GET MORE SALES. NOW, IN ACCOUNTING TERMS, BEING IN THE BLACK MEANS YOU ARE ACTUALLY MAKING A PROFIT. GEOFF: THE CITY OF GREENVILLE IS OFFERING FREE PARKING AT ALL OF ITS CITY PARKING FACILITIES TODAY. A REMINDER, THE RICHARDSON STREET GARAGE AND THE WEST WASHINGTON STREET DECK ARE ALWAYS FREE ON THE WEEKENDS. HANNAH: WELL, BECAUSE OF THE PANDEMIC, AND THE INFLUX OF SHIPPING HOLIDAY GIFTS, THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE RECOMMENDS YO MAIL YOUR PRESENTS EARLY. THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 14 IS EXPECTED TO BE THE PEAK SHIPPING SEASON. IF YOU ARE SENDING FIRST CLASS MAIL, THEY RECOMMEND MAILING BY DECEMBER 18. AFTER THAT, IT IS RECOMMENDED YOU USE PRIORITY MAIL TO MAKE SURE YOUR PACKAGES ARRIVE BEFORE CHRISTMAS. GEOFF: THANKSGIVING HAD A DIFFERENT TONE THIS YEAR, WITH LIMITED GATHERINGS BECAUSE OF THE PANDEMIC. MORE THAN 90,000 AMERICANS ARE IN THE HOSPITAL, A NEW RECORD FOR THE COUNTRY. THERE HAVE BEEN NEARLY 12.9 MILLION CASES IN THE

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Madison Beach Hotel Makes Merry With A Host of Holiday Experience

Press release from Madison Beach Hotel:

On Fridays and Saturdays in December, hotel guests will receive socially distanced greetings upon check-in with hot apple cider and hot cocoa in the lobby from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Experience the Magic of Madison on December 5 and 6 with Fire & Ice Cocktails and Cocoa On The Beach. Open to all, Madison Beach Hotel will host socially distanced seating at our firepit, hot cocktails, music, and s’mores. Bring a blanket to stay toasty. Weather permitting.

Santa Claus will join us on The Dunes for socially distanced photo opportunities December 5 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Madison Beach Hotel welcomes you to stop by this holiday season and snap photos featuring Long Island Sound as a backdrop. Throughout December, look for “photo spot” signs to create picture perfect images – by The Dunes, by the beach fence, and on the porch. Tag us in your photos #MadisonBeachHotel #MagicofMadison @MadisonBeachHotel and share these breathtaking vistas.

Enjoy Holiday Brunch on Sundays in December from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Wharf is also now accepting reservations for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day Brunch, each special day featuring a merry menu of holiday favorites. Reserve your spot online www.thewharfmadison.com or call for reservations. Indoor and outdoor dining is available.

Finally, the hotel is offering Holiday Gift Cards once again this year. From December 4th through 24th, purchase $100 in gift cards and receive a bonus $20 gift card. Visit www.giftcards.madisonbeachhotel.com.

Please note that masks are mandated for all staff and patrons, in accordance with state regulations and Hilton mandates to ensure consistent safety. The hotel is providing masks for guests that arrive without facial coverings.

The hotel has fully implemented Hilton’s CleanStay program with focus on extra sanitization of 10 high-touch areas in guestrooms, elimination of multi-use products in-room, sealed and sanitized items for guest use, and increased frequency of cleaning all public space areas, including elevators and lobby.

REME HALO® air purification technology has been installed in The Wharf Restaurant and banquet event space for enhanced indoor dining safety.

Madison Beach Hotel is located at 94 West Wharf Road, Madison, Connecticut. For more information and to check availability for your upcoming event, please call our sales office 203-361-9345 or visit Madison Beach Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton. For more information on Curio Collection by Hilton, please visit newsroom.hilton.com/curio.


This press release was produced by Madison Beach Hotel. The views expressed here are the author’s own.

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Eldridge Acquires the Hudson Hotel and Delano South Beach from sbe

GREENWICH, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Eldridge, a holding company with a unique network of businesses across finance, technology, real estate, and entertainment, has today completed the acquisition of the Hudson Hotel and Delano South Beach, located in New York City and Miami, respectively. Cain International, Eldridge’s real estate investment firm, has been appointed to lead a strategic repositioning of both assets. sbe will retain the Hudson and Delano brand names.

The Hudson Hotel is an 878-key hotel located at 356 West 58th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues in Midtown Manhattan. Built in 1929, the hotel enjoys a prime central position, moments away from Central Park, with easy access to world-renowned cultural and entertainment establishments.

Long regarded as one of Miami’s top luxury hotels, Delano South Beach is a 191-key hotel located on the famed Collins Avenue. The historic property was built in 1947 and sits in the Art Deco Historic District. The hotel further benefits from direct beach frontage and several food and beverage operations.

Delano South Beach closed in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the property will remain closed in anticipation of a significant refurbishment. The Hudson Hotel will also be shutting down all remaining hotel operations in December 2020 in anticipation of a planned upgrade and repositioning. The hotel has not undergone a major renovation in nearly 20 years.

This strategic repositioning appointment will add to Cain International’s growing footprint in the luxury hospitality space, a sector which the firm has exposure to across several gateway cities in the US and Europe. Its US hospitality investments include the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, the Beverly Hilton Hotel, the Raffles Hotel and Residences Boston Back Bay, and the financing of the Aman Hotel & Residences in New York City’s historic Crown Building. The firm has also partnered with leading hospitality brands: Oberoi, Soho House, Six Senses and Rosewood Hotels & Resorts for projects in the UK, France, and Italy.

About Eldridge

Eldridge grows diversified businesses with a focus on Insurance, Credit, Technology, Real Estate, Sports and Media, and Consumer. The firm seeks to build and grow businesses led by proven management teams that have demonstrated leadership and experience to scale an enterprise. Eldridge is headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut, with additional offices in Beverly Hills, New York, and London.

To learn more about Eldridge, please visit www.eldridge.com.

About Cain International

Cain International is a privately held real estate investment firm operating in Europe and the United States. Since 2014, the company has invested $6 billion into real estate debt and equity. Cain International also invests in lifestyle & leisure businesses that deliver experiences, services and amenities for modern consumers. Cain International is a partnership between its CEO, Jonathan Goldstein and Eldridge Industries. Cain International Advisers Limited, the firm’s asset management and investment advisory division, is an SEC-registered investment adviser. Further information is available at www.cainint.com.

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Madison Beach Hotel Makes Merry With Host of Holiday Experiences

On Fridays and Saturdays in December, hotel guests will receive socially distanced greetings upon check-in with hot apple cider and hot cocoa in the lobby from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Experience the Magic of Madison on December 5 and 6 with Fire & Ice Cocktails and Cocoa On The Beach. Open to all, Madison Beach Hotel will host socially distanced seating at our firepit, hot cocktails, music, and s’mores. Bring a blanket to stay toasty. Weather permitting.

Santa Claus will join us on The Dunes for socially distanced photo opportunities December 5 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Madison Beach Hotel welcomes you to stop by this holiday season and snap photos featuring Long Island Sound as a backdrop. Throughout December, look for “photo spot” signs to create picture perfect images – by The Dunes, by the beach fence, and on the porch. Tag us in your photos #MadisonBeachHotel #MagicofMadison @MadisonBeachHotel and share these breathtaking vistas.

Enjoy Holiday Brunch on Sundays in December from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Wharf is also now accepting reservations for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day Brunch, each special day featuring a merry menu of holiday favorites. Reserve your spot online www.thewharfmadison.com or call for reservations. Indoor and outdoor dining is available.

Finally, the hotel is offering Holiday Gift Cards once again this year. From December 4th through 24th, purchase $100 in gift cards and receive a bonus $20 gift card. Visit www.giftcards.madisonbeachhotel.com.

Please note that masks are mandated for all staff and patrons, in accordance with state regulations and Hilton mandates to ensure consistent safety. The hotel is providing masks for guests that arrive without facial coverings.

The hotel has fully implemented Hilton’s CleanStay program with focus on extra sanitization of 10 high-touch areas in guestrooms, elimination of multi-use products in-room, sealed and sanitized items for guest use, and increased frequency of cleaning all public space areas, including elevators and lobby.

REME HALO® air purification technology has been installed in The Wharf Restaurant and banquet event space for enhanced indoor dining safety.

Madison Beach Hotel is located at 94 West Wharf Road, Madison, Connecticut. For more information and to check availability for your upcoming event, please call our sales office 203-361-9345 or visit Madison Beach Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton. For more information on Curio Collection by Hilton, please visit newsroom.hilton.com/curio.

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About Madison Beach Hotel

Madison Beach Hotel is a AAA Four Diamond Award-winning boutique resort and was chosen as Hotel of the Year by Hilton, the highest hotel award across all Hilton brands. The hotel, with 32 rooms offering luxurious accommodations with sweeping ocean views, private balconies, and beach, is part of Curio – A Collection by Hilton. Opened in May 2012, Madison Beach Hotel features The Wharf Restaurant with both dining room and porch seating, concierge spa, state-of-the-art fitness center and private yoga studio, and more than 5,000 square feet of private

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Cyber Month Deals at Vacation Myrtle Beach

“We know how difficult this year has been for so many,” said Kelly Simmons, Vacation Myrtle Beach marketing director. “Planning a future vacation can not only help families come together but also provide a sense of excitement and joy for everyone. Having that vacation booked on the calendar can give everyone something to look forward to.”

Vacation Myrtle Beach understands that now more than ever vacationers are looking to save money and plan experiences, but feel safe and confident in doing so. The sale encompasses this with savings up to 45% off, extra discounts on shows and attractions and a worry-free booking guarantee, allowing travelers to cancel or change their reservation up to 72 hours prior to arrival. In addition, each resort offers enhanced cleaning and safety measures so families can feel safe.

Properties are also offering deals on popular reservation choices that include breakfast, food credits, and game credits, with savings up to 50% off.  And, in the spirit of holiday giving, Vacation Myrtle Beach properties also provide even more savings for guests with exclusive offers for area attractions such as:

  • WonderWorks
  • Duplin Winery
  • Board & Brush
  • Alabama Theatre
  • Medieval Times
  • Wild, Water & Wheels

The Cyber Sale specials are available at all 14 Vacation Myrtle Beach resorts and include a variety of room types, from traditional efficiencies to spacious multi-bedroom oceanfront condo options. Additionally, select resorts are also featuring a bonus 7-night condo special, offering discounts on larger accommodations. 

Cyber Sale pricing is available for booking here.

About VacationMyrtleBeach.com Resorts
VacationMyrtleBeach.com is the official vacation site of Myrtle Beach, S.C., offering the guaranteed lowest rate on nearly 4,000 accommodation units. VacationMyrtleBeach.com resorts also offer a wide range of award-winning properties and Myrtle Beach’s best on-site amenities including pools, water parks, lazy rivers, bowling center, miniature golf course and even South Carolina’s first swim-up pool bar. Ask about our special rates for accommodations and meeting space for retreats, meetings, and conferences. 

Contact:

Kelly Simmons

Phone:

(843) 808-9455

Email:

[email protected] 

Website:

VacationMyrtleBeach.com

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Year ‘round vacation on Fort Trumbull Beach


Just off the coast of Milford and accessible by foot at low tide, Charles Island is the spot of land where Captain Kidd is rumored to have buried his treasure. Overlooking this spot, on a beautiful private sandy beach in Fort Trumbull, is where Neil and Susan Schiff decided to build their dream home, a classically elegant 5,000-square-foot colonial.

Fort Trumbull is located at the mouth of Milford Harbor — with Gulf Beach to the east and Trumbull Beach to the west. Dr. Schiff enjoyed relaxing on any of the home’s multiple decks and taking in the breezes and the year ‘round ever-changing views of Long Island Sound, the harbor and its parade of boats and weekly sailboat regattas.


“The miles of sandy beach below provide endless hours of strolling, building sandcastles, paddle boarding and kayaking, “said Dr. Schiff. “Fishermen fill the Sound and the endless slap of waves fills the air and soothes the soul.”



“We found the ideal location here on Shell Avenue,” Susan Schiff added. “It is a quaint, historical private street with views of the Sound, Charles Island and walking distance to the harbor and the boatyard, which were very important to us. The endless sandy beach and sand bars provided the children with a built-in playground and the adults with beautiful, peaceful long romantic walks.”


The elevation was equally as important as they were able to build a FEMA-compliant home and not have to worry about flooding. The Schiffs built the four-bedroom home with architectural excellence and quality construction throughout, creating the kind of home that could be passed on through the family for years to come. To ensure that it could be a generational home that one can grow old in, an elevator shaft was incorporated into the design so an elevator can be added when desired.


Open and spacious with plenty of room to entertain, the home offered the availability to fit the Schiff’s entire large family for holidays and summer weekends. A wall of windows in the living room brings in views of the water, along with a convenient wet bar, double-sided fireplace that also faces the dining room and sliders to the deck. The banquet-sized dining room also overlooks the water and opens to the deck for spectacular views while dining al fresco or inside.


One of Susan’s favorite places is the grand gourmet kitchen with breakfast area, island, quartz counters and access to the deck.

“It is the central hub of the home and is always bustling with family, making meals and sharing glasses of wine,” she reminisced.

A versatile first floor den or study can also serve as an optional first floor master suite.


Details

Address: 61 Shell Ave., Milford

Price: $3.499 million

Features: Enjoy a year-round vacation living on a private sandy beach in sought-after Fort Trumbull. This elegant 5,000-square-foot home boasts plenty

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These stunning beach pictures of Tara Sutaria and Aadar Jain will give you major vacation goals | Hindi Movie News

Bollywood’s love birds Tara Sutaria and Aadar Jain are currently in the Maldives where they celebrated the former’s 25th birthday. The couple has been sharing some stunning pictures from the beachy vacation and the latest ones are sure to give you some major vacation goals.

Both Tara and Aadar took to their respective Instagram handles to share a picture of them from the exotic location.

Check out the posts here:



Dressed in a white bikini, Tara looks stunning as ever as she takes a sun-kissed selfie. She captioned the picture as, ‘The sweetness of doing nothing.’

Donning a white shirt, Aadar is seen showing off his muscular body in the picture as he soaks in the sun on the beach.

Tara and Aadar have been quite open about their relationship with each other. They are often seen sharing pictures on social media with each other and engaging in social media banters.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Tara has a line-up of some interesting projects in her pipeline which include, Mohit Suri’s ‘Ek Villain 2’. The movie will also star John Abraham and Disha Patani in lead roles.

Apart from that she also has ‘Heropanti 2’ where she will be reuniting with her ‘Student Of The Year 2’ co-star Tiger Shroff.

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Deputy involved in shooting near Dania Beach hotel

A Broward Sheriff’s deputy shot someone in Dania Beach on Monday morning, the Sheriff’s Office said.



a group of people standing in front of a fence: The Broward Sheriff's Office is currently working an incident regarding a deputy involved shooting located at the 160 block of Southwest 19th Court in Dania Beach on Monday, November 16, 2020.


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The Broward Sheriff’s Office is currently working an incident regarding a deputy involved shooting located at the 160 block of Southwest 19th Court in Dania Beach on Monday, November 16, 2020.

The shooting happened in the 160 block of Southwest 19th Court, in a parking lot near the Home2 Suites by Hilton.

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A yellow tarp covered a body that lay in the road, according to aerial images of the scene broadcast by WSVN-Ch. 7. Those images also showed a handgun on the ground nearby.

A front desk manager at Home2 Suites, who declined to give her name, told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel that the person who was shot was not a guest at the hotel. She said she didn’t witness the shooting but heard the gun shots.

Sheriff’s cruisers were blocking the west lanes of Stirling Road, and drivers should avoid the area.

No additional information about the deputy or person who was shot was immediately available.

This is a developing story, so check back for updates. Click here to have breaking news alerts sent directly to your inbox.

Austen Erblat can be reached at [email protected], 954-599-8709 or on Twitter @AustenErblat.

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Esme hotel in Miami Beach Florida will have rooftop bar

The Roof at the new boutique hotel Esmé has a pool deck where the sangria will flow.

The Roof at the new boutique hotel Esmé has a pool deck where the sangria will flow.

Are you ready for The Roof?

The boutique hotel Esmé Miami Beach has announced three new dining and drinking venues, and one of them is a rooftop bar.

The 145-room hotel on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, which is scheduled to open in March 2021, will also open two other lounges serving food options with a Spanish flair.

The idea is to recreate “the energy of the original Spanish Village on Española Way,” according to James Stuart, director of Infinity Hospitality.

El Salón, set in Esmé Village along the main paseo that connects the property’s buildings, will serve popular Miami fare like arepas, empanadas and chicarron. At night, the space becomes an elegant cocktail bar with specialty drinks made with proprietary spirit blends.

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El Salon at Esmé hotel in Miami Beach.

Walk along the paseo, and you’ll discover Bar Pintxo, a modern interpretation of a Spanish pintxo bar. Expect snacks on sticks as well as dishes such as pulpo pinchose (octopus with smoked paprika) and gilda (anchovy, pickled pepper and olive). The casual spot will serve Spanish beer and wine and Basque cider and host weekly events with local artists, musicians and chefs.

Meanwhile, up on the roof is The Roof at Esmé, which includes a bar and restaurant, a pool, cabanas, and a wellness space. During the day, you can lounge by the pool with cold-pressed juice, maybe take a yoga class. Later, homemade sangrias will flow, like the rioja blanco (white peach, elderflower and ginger) or cava brut (kiwi, raspberry, spearmint and calvados). Foodwise, expect healthy bowls, sandwiches and salads.

At night, the space turns into a lounge that offers giant cocktails called Spirited Jugs.

Esmé Miami Beach

Where: 1438 Washington Ave., Miami Beach

Opening: March 2021

Information and reservations: www.esmehotel.com

Connie Ogle loves wine, books and the Miami Heat. Please don’t make her eat a mango.

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Beach towns see high demand for vacation rentals

Emma Dill
 
| Wilmington StarNews

This year has been a rollercoaster for many of those who manage rental properties in the beach towns that dot the coastline of Southeastern North Carolina. 

COVID-19 hit the United States in mid-March, just when rental properties tend to see an uptick in spring break bookings. Instead, many saw cancellation after cancellation.

Temporary state and local bans on short-term rentals appeared to doom the rental season before it began.

But when bans lifted, people rushed to reserve vacation rentals. Reservations have remained steady for local rental companies throughout the summer and into the fall.

Watching the vacation rental season ‘fall apart’

For Ian Kraus, a property and reservations manager at Intracoastal Vacation Rentals in Wrightsville Beach, the cancellations began streaming in mid-March.

Kraus estimates he handled 450 cancellations this spring. That’s unheard of. 

“I’ve never been anywhere close to that,” Kraus said.

The initial uncertainty surrounding the pandemic led to the flood of cancellations that seemed to threaten the rental season.

“People were cancelling, not coming, trying to reschedule,” said Jessica Elliott, the marketing director at Sea Scape Properties in Wrightsville Beach. “This whole time, we’re just seeing our whole season fall apart.”

Early in the pandemic, short-term rentals were banned by state and local restrictions. For more than a month, vacationers could not rent apartments or houses in several coastal towns near Wilmington.

But when those restrictions lifted in mid-May on Topsail Island, bookings flooded in, said Chris Rackley, the president and broker-in-charge at Lewis Realty Associates. 

“We ran around 100% occupied from late May on into mid-September,” Rackley said.

In a typical year, rentals run 100% occupied during peak summer months. This is the first time that the company has been 100% occupied that far into the fall, Rackley said. 

‘We’re working at home anyway, why not come to the beach?’

The demand for rental properties was not unique to Topsail Island. In coastal towns throughout Southeastern North Carolina, short-term rentals have been booming this year despite the pandemic.

Demand, which typically begins to fall off when school begins in mid-August or early September, has continued through October at some rental agencies.

Why? Some property managers believe the shift to working from home and virtual learning have something to do with it.

Kraus said visitors are looking to rent larger spaces, which means they might be vacationing with their families.

“The two and three bedrooms are always going to be a lock-in. That’s the perfect size for a smaller group,” he said. “But this year we’re getting a lot more looking for three, four, five bedrooms.”

Many renters have told the property managers that at-home work and school played a role in their decision to come to the coast.

An internet connection has also become increasingly important for this year’s renters.

“If the Internet went out in the home, it was a dire emergency,” Rackley said. “That kind of tells the story.”

The first question prospective clients often ask Kraus when calling to

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