Wanted: Creative, Innovative Retail Businesses
Red Bank is Currently Seeking YOU! Be part of a bustling historic downtown filled with the arts, shops, boutiques, and restaurant hot spots! Centrally located in Monmouth County, 10 minutes from the Jersey Shore and one-hour from New York City and Philadelphia. Served by public transportation: NJ Transit bus and train lines. Plus easily accessible by ferry, car, bike and foot!
Hub for the arts and culture with two performing arts theaters, independent arts cinema and many art galleries. Private sidewalk maintenance, streetscape improvements, horticulture, holiday decorations, marketing and other services provided by Red Bank RiverCenter, Special Improvement District.
National and prominent retailers/cotenants include: Tiffany & Co., Restoration Hardware, Urban Outfitters, Coco Pari, Garmany, Leonardo Jewelers, Jack's Music Shop and more!
Escape to Red Bank
Nestled in a cozy nook just minutes from the Jersey Shore is a place that Smithsonian Magazine chose as one of the best small towns in America. Each day our sidewalks come alive and offer visitors and residents an experience that is as unique as our town itself. The only thing missing is your business. We invite you to change your scenery—and ours. We have . . .COOL NEIGHBORS
When you move your business to Red Bank, you’ll be in great company. Your neighbors will be icons like Tiffany & Company, underground legends like Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash, city chic like Coco Pari and Garmany, and other stalwarts like Urban Outfitters, Alex and Ani, Restoration Hardware and West Elm. This landscape is peppered with unique boutiques catering to foodies, fashionistas, and culture consumers. You’ll rub elbows with arts institutions like the Count Basie Theatre, the Two River Theater, numerous galleries and studios that bring thousands of people into town each year. And because Red Bank is a regional hub for finance and business (Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Charles Schwab, Newport Capital Group, and numerous other financial mangers, banks, CPA and law firms), there is a built-in customer base for dining, retail, and service-based businesses.GOOD VIBES
Spring, summer, and fall, Red Bank draws people downtown with al fresco dining, strategically placed street musicians and entertainers, colorful pole banners and lovingly tended floral displays. In winter, Red Bank becomes a holiday village with sumptuous decorations and lights, carolers and musicians, horse drawn carriage rides, many opportunities to interact with Santa, fun holiday contests for shoppers, creative window decorations and free parking during prime shopping weeks.VIBRANT COMMUNITY
Red Bank has a highly successful Business Improvement District managed by a 501(c)(3) called Red Bank RiverCenter. Property owners, business owners, borough officials, and residents work together with RiverCenter staff to make Red Bank the people's choice to shop, dine, work and play. They collaborate to attract more businesses and customers from more places through visual improvement projects, promotions, marketing, advertising, and special events that include Red Bank Restaurant Week, the award winning Red Bank Wedding Walk, the International Flavor Festival, the ever-popular annual Sidewalk Sale (60 years and counting!) and the famed Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival, when more than 15,000 people flock to Red Bank for Guinness, oysters, music and more