Andrew Lazarus is known around town for his excellent taste in food venues and hotels that people love to visit or work at.
Also, he is famous because of how successful he has been with every business venture.
The purchase is sure not going to be any different.
After thirty years of owning and operating hospitality businesses, the Eastern Hotels Group is putting its foot down with an offer to buy “The Beaches” – a local watering hole in Newcastle.
Lazarus told The Newcastle Herald that he was resolved to do everything imaginable to get his hands on this famous place.
It is known for its iconic location right by oceanfront cliffs, where locals gather every day before work or school starts up again after summer vacation ends.
It is also just stepping away from some great fishing spots if you are looking to spend your time outdoors while drinking one too many beers during happy hour.
Peter Lazarus, Director of the Eastern Hotels Group and expert in hotel renovation, will take over day-to-day operations at The Beach Hotel.
He was instrumental in its $6.5 million refurbishments, including a complete redecoration with new paint jobs throughout and all newly installed furniture that has been carefully selected for each room type.
Peter Lazarus started by revitalizing Shoal Bay Country Club before moving on to other projects like this.
Dean Moore from Moore & Moore Real Estate helped realize their ambitious vision, securing him enough merit so far. Dean Moore from Moore &Moore Real Estate.
Mitch Northern also credits Mike Wheatley’s company Knight Frank when they say it’s “Newcastle trophy asset”.
Since its debut, the distinctive brick building has been popular with residents, and it is hard to find a perfect getaway than Merewether surf beach.
The 1858sqm Art Deco property overlooks this scenic stretch of dunes in the suburbs right outside Newcastle CBD.
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