RED BANK: MONMOUTH STREET CHURNS

9 monmouth 072915Moving to Red Bank from Spring Lake, Charleston Shops is taking over 9 Monmouth Street, above, former home of Toad Hollow.

By JOHN T. WARD

retail churn smallThis installment of redbankgreen’s Retail Churn finds lots of changes underway at the corner of Broad and Monmouth streets in Red Bank.

And a good deal of it is happening at 80 Broad, the former Red Bank Mini Mall building at the southwest corner of that intersection that recently added Toki as a tenant.

 

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RED BANK: BEACHY GIFT IDEA AT CANDY’S

candy's cottage 052314 2Glassware at Candy’s Cottage.  (Photo by John T Ward. Click to enlarge)

By SUSAN ERICSON

morsels mediumNew to Monmouth Street in Red Bank, Candy’s Cottage carries a selection of beach-themed, etched glassware.

Store owner – and seashell artisan – Candy Galekovic will personalize any of the elegant wine glasses with an array of seashells, which she glues to the base.

“A lot of people come in and purchase the champagne flutes for the bride and groom as toasting glasses,” she said, adding that the store also now offers gift registry on its website.

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CHURN: YOGA WEAR, BEACH TOUCHES, HAIR

bebarow 052314 1Phil Barow, owner of Be Barow, with creative designer Bianca Freda. (Click to enlarge)

By JOHN T. WARD

Rcsm2_010508This edition of Retail Churn trumpets these new arrivals to downtown Red Bank: a beach-themed home accessories boutique, a women’s workout wear shop, a hair salon and a restaurant.

Opened last month, Candy’s Cottage Coastal Living has settled on Monmouth Street after stays at two locations in Asbury Park and an extended tenancy at Pier Village in Long Branch – two cities that of course compete with Red Bank for foot traffic and consumer spending.

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