Hip And Humble Home co-owner Danny Weinberg inside his Broad Street store, set to open this week. (Photo by Dustin Racioppi; click to enlarge)
By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
It took Danny Weinberg a matter of seconds to decide on Red Bank as the newest location for his longtime business, Hip And Humble Home.
Weinberg, a Teaneck resident, had recently closed his New York City shop and was driving through Red Bank about six weeks ago when he spotted a vacancy on Broad Street.
“I just drove down here one day, saw the ‘for lease’ sign and the price was right,” Weinberg, 48, said. “I didn’t look anywhere else.”
Six weeks later, Weinberg’s stock of unique wooden imports, mostly from Indonesia dining tables, chairs, dressers and bed frames, among others is packed into 58 Broad, and Weinberg is ready to tap into demand for used furniture.