The applicant proposes to demolish the existing building (former Coconut Cove Restaurant in North Wildwood, NJ) and water structures that are no longer in operation on the property. The proposed site is to be developed with a 10 duplex dwelling (20 total dwelling units) requiring the authorization of 2,173 square feet of fill below the high tide line, and 286 square feet of rip rap within the water area that was placed by the previous owners. There is also proposed 23,904 square feet of dredging to occur in a portion of Beach Creek and the construction of new docking structures to accommodate 20 boat slips in connection with the proposed subdivision. There will also be a 110 linear feet and 10 inches of a new vinyl bulkhead being placed along the docking area. The dredge volume is estimated to be around 23,904 square feet and will be disposed at an approved facility for beneficial reuse. The docking area will consist of structures with dimensions of 5’ x 98.5’, 37’ x 4’ and 5’ x 142.7’ and associated one foot wide finger piers. The applicant proposes to place an additional 2,220 square feet of rip rap along the existing bulkhead. In addition to the rip rap and living shore line will be implemented with approximately 12,305 square feet of Spartina restoration, including Spartina alterniflora and patens.