URBAN OUTFITTERS SHOPPING FOR MANAGER

2-10 BroadCan you manage it? The clothing and household-goods merchant is looking someone to run its Red Bank store when the wraps come off at 2 Broad.

Retailer Urban Outfitters, which has been mum on its plans to open a store in Red Bank, has finally acknowledged the move.

It comes in the form of a job posting for store manager at the emporium planned for 2 Broad Street, at the corner of West Front.

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CAN DOCTORS SAVE THIS BUILDING?

UnionhousevillageComing soon, maybe, to the still-vacant Union Street Village: plastic surgeons.

Unable to get even a nibble for its retail space, the owner of Union Street Village last night sought, and obtained, a change allowing medical offices on the ground floor.

The Red Bank Planning Board approved a site plan change clearing professional or medical use of the  space, at the corner of Union Street and Wharf Avenue, provided the bank that owns the building kick $12,500 into the borough parking fund to offset a five-space deficiency.

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THIRD TIME’S A CHARM ON MONMOUTH STREET

siros-monmouthStreet-level stores with 12 apartments above and parking underground will replace a longtime service station at Monmouth and Pearl streets.

After repeated tries, a scaled-back plan to replace a former auto service center at the corner of Monmouth and Pearl streets has cleared a major hurdle.

The Red Bank zoning board last night unanimously approved a pair of variances that could lead to the construction of a multi-use retail and residential structure on the site, most recently the home of Circles Skate Shop.

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REALTOR PLANS RETAIL SHOWCASE

corinthian-cove-from-dock-6Corinthian Cove’s one unsold unit will display merchandise from Red Bank retailers for two months. (Photo courtesy of Susan McLaughlin)

She’s got a big, empty house on the Navesink she’d like to sell.

They’ve got everything from bars of soap to dining room furniture that they’d like to move — not to mention an image of being part of an overpriced downtown they’d like to water down.

Seeing an opportunity, a local real estate agent is pairing her needs with those of Red Bank retailers in the hope that good things happen for all.

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