Todd Goldstein, DDS, will be among two new tenants at The Rail at Red Bank at 118 Chestnut St. in Red Bank. — Rendering courtesy: Denholtz Properties
By Joshua Burd
Two new commercial tenants are coming to Denholtz Properties’ recently delivered, ground-up development in Red Bank’s West Side neighborhood, the firm announced Thursday.
In a news release, the developer said Filoncino Café and Todd Goldstein, DDS, have leased 2,500 and 2,214 square feet, respectively, at the base of The Rail at Red Bank. They are the latest retail users to commit to the 57-unit luxury apartment building at 118 Chestnut St., which welcomed its first residents last fall.
Filoncino Café and Dr. Goldstein will join Melonhead, a juice, smoothie and acai bowl shop that was the first retail tenant at The Rail. Both new users are scheduled to open in mid-2023.
“The Rail at Red Bank was born from the idea that real estate investment can and should be a catalyst for positive economic development in our local neighborhoods,” said Kristine B. Hurlbut, Denholtz Properties’ senior vice president for leasing. “We are honored that Filoncino Café and Todd Goldstein, DDS, share our vision for the West Side of Red Bank and we look forward to their openings next year.”
Designed by Rotwein+Blake, The Rail has helped activate Red Bank’s lesser-known West Side neighborhood, drawing new residents and commercial traffic to its 7,500-square-foot retail component. It will serve as a second location for both Filoncino and Goldstein’s practice, which currently operate in Staten Island and Manhattan, respectively, and will mark their expansion to New Jersey.