Quiet elegance, luxurious living, and a building enriched with historical significance have been hallmarks of The Oxford for generations. The Oxford majestically combines original Art Deco architecture with contemporary modifications to provide a splendid living environment at the ocean's edge in Ventnor, New Jersey.

The ten-story high rise was the first of its kind constructed in Ventnor during the Twenties by Charles H. Roberts and Charles McIllvain of Claridge fame. Its highly stylized interiors, serene lobby and soft-spoken doorman continue to make it the most sought after of accommodations. Former socially prominent residents include Kate Smith; Major and Mrs. Drexel Biddle; Mr. and Mrs. Pew of Sun Oil Co.; Irving Berlin; Jessica Dragonette, famous radio soprano; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quinan, chairman of Rockwell International; Mr. Newman Echard of the Freihofer Baking Industry and Miss Simon of Bethlehem Steel. 

Today, The Oxford is a close-knit community of 53 condominium units located one-hour from Philadelphia, two-hours from New York, 45 minutes from Cape May, and proximate to the other Absecon Island towns of Atlantic City, Margate, and Longport. It is recognized for its meticulous maintenance and landscaping as well as its commitment to gracious living.