History saved at Alpine Resort

For the first time in over 100 years, the Alpine Resort in Egg Harbor has a new owner.


True North Real Estate represented the buyer Alpine Resort Acquisition Company in the sale that was a year in the making and includes 165 acres of open green space and nearly a half-mile of Green Bay shorefront. It also includes the resort’s lodge building, golf course, and cottages.


Originally put on the market in 2018, the sale represents the first time the property has been owned by someone other than the Bertschingers since brothers John and Paul opened Alpine Resort in 1922. Broker Jacinda Duffin told that the buyer has deep ties to the property and is interested in preserving the resort’s history. She added that Renovations on the lodge and some of the cottages have already begun, though it will likely be awhile before family vacations, weddings, and conferences will return in earnest.


The Alpine Resort’s golf course and clubhouse will open for 2021 season.


Duffin confirmed that the village of Egg Harbor still plans on purchasing a portion of the Alpine Resort property that is contiguous with its current beach.


Photo from True North Real Estate



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