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The History of Deal, NJ

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The borough of Deal is situated in the eastern section of Monmouth County in central New Jersey. The 844.8-acre neighborhood is on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Its neighboring towns are Deal Park, Elberon Park, Allenhurst, and Interlaken. The main roadways in the community include Atlantic Avenue, Norwood Avenue, Roseld Avenue, and Ocean Avenue. 


The English initially settled the region in 1664. Thomas Whyte was one of the first landowners and purchased 500 acres along the coast. This area would be later named after the Englishtown he originated from. The town was incorporated on March 7, 1898, as a borough by the New Jersey Legislature act. It took portions of land from Ocean Township. 

The coast was accustomed to being an entry point for German spies during World War II. Residents were required to stay away from the beaches and to refrain from directing light in the direction of the sea. A sign was affixed to a rock in the area notating these restrictions. 


The community includes a large population of Orthodox Sephardic Jews with Syrian ancestry. As much as 80% of the town's population, in fact. During the summer months, the neighborhood's population increases to approximately 6,000, and the majority are Syrian Sephardic Jews. The community has several synagogues for them to worship at, such as:

  • Edmond J. Safra Synagogue of Deal, the Hathaway Avenue Synagogue 
  • Congregation Hechal Shaul Synagogue
  • Ohel Yaakob, the Lawrence Avenue Synagogue
  • Joseph S. Jemal Synagogue of Deal, an extension of the Hathaway Synagogue


According to the census of 2010, the community was home to 750 residents, which included 333 households and 182 families. This was a substantial decrease of 29.9% from the 2000 count of 1,070. The neighborhood's population has been decreasing since 1970 and is projected to see another decrease of 4.1% from 2010 to 2019. The racial makeup of the community is the following: 

  • 91.60% white 
  • 1.60% African American
  • 7.33% Hispanic or Latino
  • 0.00% Native American
  • 3.47% Asian
  • 0.13% Pacific Islander
  • 2.00% other races
  • 1.20% two or more races

The annual income median per household was $59,615 in 2010. This was a slight increase from 2000's figures that showed a median of $58,472. Men averaged an annual income of $52,625, while women averaged $25,139. The breakdown of occupations for the working residents was the following:

  • 26.25% management and executive occupations
  • 17.99% sales and service roles
  • 8.55% teaching and educational positions

To learn more about the nearby areas: A Historical Look at Wanamassa, NJ

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Gabriel A. DiLeonardo, Sr., Esq.
Date Published: June 4, 2021
Gabriel DiLeonardo, Esq. is a New Jersey licensed attorney-at-law. He helps people who suffer injuries get justice through personal injury lawsuits.
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