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42. CAPE GAZETrE, Friday, April 4- April 10, 1997 Outlets Continued from page 40 let center, has moved from the razed location to the building be- hind the Vanity Fair store (next to the Banister store). In addition, the portion of the bayside outlet located behind the Exxon station may be leased to a restaurant, said O'Hollaren. She said although she could not dis- close the name of the establish- ment yet, negotiations could be fi- nalized by the end of the week. A complete facelift of the older portion of the Rehoboth Outlets' number three location (formerly Ocean Outlets Seaside) is also un- derway, which will make those stores look more like the newer, adjacent outlets. The overhaul was needed, said O'Hollaren, to make the outlets have a more uniform appearance. In addition, Applebee's Restau- rant is slated to open within 3,5 weeks at its new location, in front of Eddie Bauer. The restaurant's opening will be the Delaware de- but for the Applebee's chain, which has 233 locations nation- wide. Charter Oak Partners, a shopping center company based out of Vienna, Va., owns the Re- hoboth Outlets. Ocean Outlets' two locations were purchased by Charter Oak Partners in March of 1994, and the Rehoboth Outlet Center in June of 1996, resulting in the name change to Rehoboth Outlets in 1996. in all, Charter Oak Partners owns 13 outlet centers throughout the United States. New features a boon O'Hollaren said that the new features added to the outlets are welcome changes which will add to this season's anticipated suc- cess. "It will all be done by summer," she said. "We're very excited. We've all enjoyed watching these changes." She said all of the outlets' va- cant spots are spoken for by either new stores or existing businesses Which are moving. Those stores new to the outlets will include Starter, Khalasa Jewelry, Craft Works, Umbro and Virginia Metal Crafters. Socks Galore and Cre- ative Impressions are among those making the move to a different lo- cation, while Dress Barn is ex- panding its location to double the current size. Rehoboth Beach was recently named sixth in the coun- try for outlet shopping destina- tions by Retail Value News. The Rehoboth Outlets currently hous- es over i 50 factory outlets within its one-and-a-half mile radius, and lovides approximately 2,000 full and part time jobs for the area. O'Hollaren said one of the most important ingredients to the suc- cess of the outlets is the fact that Delaware is a tax-free state. 'q'he tax-free aspect is very im- portant," she said. "The whole market is changing because of the variety that is offered in this area." ,(0m, K "i If( A new brochure, featuring the map shown above, is now available for Rehoboth Outlet shoppers. The map designates the outlet centers 1-3. Accounting Wild Birds, Natural History Tours offer backyard birders adventures Many backyard birders are tak- ing flight to birding destinations both here and abroad to enjoy birds and nature beyond their baekyards. To meet the special needs of novice as well as more experienced birders, Wild Birds Unlimited has partnered with Off The Beaten Path, LLC, a distinc- tive travel service established in 1987 and headquartered in Boze- man, Mont., to create exciting birdwatching and natural history tours. "The trips have been developed for people who desire an intense nature experience, yet may be un- comfortable with the bird-listing intensity of other birding trips de- signed to accommodate advanced birders," explained Alan and Sherry Garey, owners of the Re- hoboth Beach Wild Birds Unlim- Red store. "Our tours combine the excitement of searching for new birds and enjoying nature in new and remote locations with a pace that will allow participants t.o en- joy the local scenery, people and history." The trips feature person- alized travel services as well as experienced naturalist guides who have additional expertise in the ar- eas of birding. In addition, local guides may join many of the tours Continued on page 43 THE TEAM TO HANDLE ,ALL OF YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS LOOKING FOR A SECOND HOME YOU CAN USE THIS SUMMER?? ... Look no further. .... this home is lease free and has never been rented! Live  the bay, stroll to the ocean from lhis 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA year round, interior t. Quiet bayfront Iocalion with seduded Fivate Iy ec. Decks olt ivi room end masler se  tau  ws. "GULL POINT" Walking distance to every part of One level, 2 BR, 2 BAwith a one car garage. All amenities. town. A Must See at $189,000. View of Indian River from porch and deck. Community offers pool, marina and 2 ponds. Boat slips $450 per year. -- NEW LISTING _ ::. -:. Asking $94,900. REHOBOTH BY THE SEA, :. A TRUE BEACH HOUSE!  ...with income waiting for the new owner. This is a center atrium design : home with screened enclosed patio connecting two separate wings with 3 BR, 2 BA, heat, AC and fenced yard. marvelous layout for entertaining or children playing in safety. Just 1 1/4 blocks to the beach. This home will THAT PERFECT LITTLE PLACE AT THE BEACHJI! If REHOBOTH BAY MOBILE HOME PARK...3 BR, 2 BA charm you! you are looking for that cute little getaway at the (Master with Garden Tub) mobile home located in one beach...this could be it! Located in a bay front complex of this area's premier communities. This home offers Asking: $149,000. in Dewey Beac with good bay views. This 1 BR, 1 BA many upgrades plus a wonderful, large enclosed porch condo has a good rental history and a lease pending for for 3 season use. Bay front community pool, beat docks the 1997 season. Asking $89,900 and ramp, tennis and playgrounds. Offered at: $41,500. C R O W L E Y ASSOCIATES REALTY ^ = Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 "to a better way" 9 I N t.;. Ro Drawer c, N. Pennsylania Avenue at Route One Rehoboth Beach- Bethany Beach, Delaware National Listing System  Bethany Beach, Delaware lg930 ,, 302-227-6131 800 242-4213 e-mail at crowleyr@dmv.com Member Broker  LI--- -- ]' i Oudet shopping spree winner receives $250 Out of the more than 7,000 en- tries received during the recent "I Love Outlets Shopping," a promo- tion sponsored by the Rehoboth Outlets, Dover resident Barbara Welsh came away with the $250 shopping spree prize. Welsh will get to spend her winnings at the Lillian Vernon outlet. During the same promotion, shoppers spend- ing $50 or more at any outlet had the opportunity to receive a free one-inch watering can key chain. PROFESSIONAL INCOME TAX .PREPARATION By Appointment Only Donald J. Foraker, Sr., E.K Enrolled Agent, Member:. NAEA, DAPA, NSPA Foraker & Company, P.A. 645-5558 Independent Public Accountants Bae/u igmtaltlm Lewes, DE (302) 945-5186 From Rt. 1 In Rehoboth, talm 24 st tovrd MlJlsboro, p--dst Peddlar's VlUaKe. Ldt at next light, Camp Arrowhead Road (P.d 277). One mile on the rll, see the enwance sign. Sales Office Hours: Men - Sat 9 snl - 5 pm Sun 10 am - 4 pm neholm 8/ Community Rehoboth Beach, DE (302) 227-3745 Frtma Rt I, west oa Okl lau Road (Route 274). 'rravd 2.6 ralles to Ildmbo Bay Commur on the le der Men- Sat9 am - 5 pm San I0 a- /pm Look for listing in today's classifieds. :Iais is iving... tppily gver c:e'fter [