Jewelery, GNC, dental office to come
A jewelry store opening its second location and a new GNC boutique are among the new businesses appearing in storefronts in Monmouth and Ocean counties.
Blaine’s Jewelry Box signed a lease to open a 1,200 square foot store in the Wall Towne Center on Route 34 in Wall, its second location. The full-service jeweler has had a store in The Brick since 1993.
The store sells a wide selection of jewelry, from handmade pieces to sterling silver items, as well as fine, vintage, and estate jewelry.
“An established local business – with a loyal customer base – this new addition will further enhance the Wall Towne Center’s ‘destination’ appeal to buyers,” said Kendal Hand-Freda, leasing representative for Levin Management Corp., l leasing agent and center management. , in a report.
GNC, the vitamin and supplement retailer, has signed a lease for a 1,400 square foot store at the Hooper Commons shopping center in Toms River, joining retailers like DSW, Michael’s and Dollar Tree. Shane Wierks and Alan Walker, both of Jeffery Realty, represented GNC in the rental transaction. Joe Dougherty of Metro Commercial represented Hooper Commons.
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Aspen Dental will move into the former Cerlione’s Lawn & Garden Equipment store on Route 35 at Hazlet Avenue in Hazlet.
Recently the Township Land Use Board approved an application from Hazlet Route 35 Developers LLC to construct a small addition to the building and erect a 20ft pylon sign to advertise Aspen Dental and Pep Boys, which is at side on Hazlet Avenue. The building will also be renovated for a dental practice.
In Jackson, RWJ Barnabas is leasing 4,100 square feet at Jackson Plaza on North County Line Road, occupying space that was previously a Mattress Firm store, according to Steve Nussbaum of Pasbjerg Development Co. in Springfield.
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A Monmouth Medical Center spokesperson said the space will be a primary care office with multiple physicians.
“To help our growing and diverse communities lead healthier lives, it’s important for us to provide access to high-quality health care services in the community, when and where they’re needed,” Door said. -word Elizabeth Brennan.
Next to RWJ Barnabas’ offices, Jag-One Physical Therapy leases 2,200 square feet of space, Nussbaum said. The operation joins ShopRite, the center’s main anchor, as well as Advance Auto Parts, an AT&T store and other tenants.
David P. Willis, an award-winning business writer, has covered business and consumer news at the Asbury Park Press for more than 20 years. He writes APP.com’s What’s Going There column and can be reached at [email protected] Join his What’s Going There page on Facebook for updates.