Built in 1903 as the Sigmund Eisner Co. factory, making clothing and uniforms, the original building was larger, especially during the boom years of World War II, when the company […]
T. Thomas Fortune was an influential publisher, militant newspaper editor, writer, and organizer at the turn of the 20th century. He set standards for integrity and professionalism in African American […]
This fine white marble Neoclassical building was designed by the New York architect Warrington G. Lawrence for the First National Bank. But the Red Bank Trust absorbed First National before […]
The center portion of the church building is all that remains of the fine Georgian Revival house built by J. Lester Eisner in 1916.
Sigmund Eisner bought this house in 1906 from Professor Starr who ran a boys’ school here. Eisner, who owned a large uniform-manufacturing company, renovated the Italian-style frame villa and covered […]
The Robert Allen house was originally built on Broad Street by Robert Allen. His son-in-law George Hance Patterson, moved it to its current location in 1905. The fine Second Empire […]
Designed by Red Bank architect Jerome Larsen and completed in 1990, this condominium complex retains and celebrates Red Bank’s Victorian architecture. Its centerpiece is the 1868 Hubbard House (the one […]