Royal Wines and Spirits, specializing in single-malt liquors, took over the White Street space long held by Space Interiors. (Photo by Wil Fulton. Click to enlarge)
By WIL FULTON
Downtown Red Bank’s perpetual churn continues as a new liquor store settles in on White Street, trying to stake its claim in an already saturated market.
Royal Wine and Spirits recently took over the spacious red-brick building last occupied by furniture design shop Space Interiors at the corner of English Plaza.
There, partners Bharat Patel and Amritpal Singh are staking out a central location amid three other downtown bottle shops: Heritage Liquors, at Broad and East Front streets; the Wine Cellar, on Monmouth; and Red Bank Liquors, on West Street.
RiverCenter is relocating to English Plaza in mid-March. (Photo by Dustin Racioppi; click to enlarge)
By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
After six years tucked above the bustle of Broad Street in Red Bank, RiverCenter is packing up and moving one block west.
In mid-March, the independent agency that promotes the downtown and part of the West Side will make English Plaza its hub of operations. The move, to the same building that houses the Inbetween Cafe, PS Poppyseeds, Urban Dawgs, and Space Interiors, will create more elbow room for the handful of employees and reduce the rent, said Executive Director Nancy Adams.
“We loved being here,” she said of the offices above Zebu Forno. “But it gives us more space and some separate offices for staff.”
That’s the latest move downtown. There’s more in the rundown right around the Read More corner…