RED BANK: SUBWAY ARRIVES FOUR YEARS LATE

rb subway 031716just_inFour and a half years after it won planning board approval, a Subway sandwich shop finally opened for business at 60 Broad Street in Red Bank Thursday morning.

The debut ends a saga that included years of inactivity, an eviction by the landlord and the signing of a second Subway franchisee. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

 

RED BANK: LAUNDROMAT TO REOPEN

117 monmouth 040916 1retail churn smallFour months after the Brownstone Dry Cleaner and Laundromat on Monmouth Street in Red Bank was evicted over tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid rent, the self-serve laundromat portion of the operation is expected to reopen soon under new management, one of the building’s owners tells redbankgreen. Nearly all dry-cleaned clothing left behind by the former tenant has been returned to customers, and the storefont at the corner of Pearl Street remains available for lease, the owner said. (Click to enlarge)

RED BANK: SUBWAY TO RETURN

subway 60 broad 031516Move-in-ready for years, the storefront will finally get a Subway shop, said the landlord. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

By JOHN T. WARD

retail churn smallThe Subway sandwich shop that never arrived is finally about to pull into Red Bank, redbankgreen‘s Retail Churn has learned.

Or, to be more precise, a Subway franchisee will replace the one evicted three months ago after failing to show up for more than four years, according to the landlord. Read More »

RED BANK: SUBWAY DEPARTS WITHOUT A STOP

b subway 091715 2The sandwich shop has sat ready for months, said the landlord. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

By JOHN T. WARD

retail churn smallMore than four years after it was approved, a never-opened Subway sandwich shop has been evicted from its prospective home on Broad Street in Red Bank, redbankgreen‘s Retail Churn has learned.

The action puts a period, if not a satisfying answer, on one of the downtown’s persistent mysteries: whatever happened to the Subway?

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RED BANK: RUNAWAY BRIDAL SHOP?

ww 6 032412Activity at the Sassy Chic bridal wear shop during a Wedding Walk in 2012. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

retail churn smallA Red Bank bridal wear shop has been evicted, the Asbury Park Press reported Wednesday.

A customer tells the newspaper that she’s been unable to contact anyone at the Sassy Chic Boutique on Monmouth Street about the bride’s dress she put down a $717 deposit for back in January.

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