Plans filed with the borough call for the creation of a restaurant at the long-vacant former home of Fameabilia. A deal to sell the property is in the works. (Click to enlarge)
By JOHN T. WARD
Idle for more than four years, a prominent storefront in downtown Red Bank would be converted to a 162-seat restaurant under plans on file at borough hall.
Who would own and operate the nameless restaurant at 42 Monmouth Street the former home of the Fameabilia sports memorabilia shop is not disclosed. But the property is under contract and expected to change hands as early as next week, redbankgreen has learned.
The conversion plan filed by owners Bruce and Julie Baron is consistent with the prospective buyer’s plans for the site, we’re told.