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Broad Street Welcomes Greene Street

The consignment retailer opened on Broad Street recently.

Red Bank welcomed its newest retailer recently when Greene Street opened the doors at its newest location on Broad Street, right in the heart of the borough's downtown.

The consignment shop, which ditches the typical high-end leftovers model in favor of a more broad-band approach - along with some reuse and recycle flair - opened at the former home of Funk and Standard at 40 Broad St., taking just about a month to complete the turnover from one business to the next.

And while Funk and Standard continues to work towards a reopening at its new digs at 7 Broad St., Greene's doors are open with rows and rows of clothing and accessories of all varieties available for purchase.

This newest incarnation of Greene Street is the eighth such shop. The original Greene opened in Philadelphia in 1997 and has since grown to include stores in towns like Princeton and Lambertville on this side of the Delaware River.

Maria Ramirez September 22, 2012 at 12:27 PM
NICE...good price.!!!
Shannon K. Winning September 26, 2012 at 03:39 AM
Can't wait to check this place out.
arya stark October 13, 2012 at 07:05 PM
For the most part I like this place but I was disappointed when I bought a coat there for $52 and the zipper pops open when you put your hand in the pocket or stretch your arms. I understand that it is second hand and the coat is very nice. I'll have to get it tailored though :/ when I told the owner?manager? she told me "you have to go everything with a fine tooth comb" I thought that was what they were supposed to do. The first time I went there I was told they buy as well as sell and trade for store credit as long as everything is in near perfect condition.and to me an unfunctioning zipper is not near to perfect for $52. If I was at the salvation army or monarchs I would expect this but on broad street red bank for $52 I was surprised I didn't at the very least receive an apology she barely even made eye contact with me. Maybe it's because I'm young and was polite about it? I almost regret not being more assertive about it. I think it's a great idea to have a store like that but I think they could brush up on their customer service skills and maybe go over their items with a "fine tooth comb" before charging a working gal like little old me $52 for a broken coat lol
Casey Drucquer December 04, 2012 at 06:34 PM
Arya, I am sorry to hear about your experience. We only wish you would have contacted our Customer Service department about your experience. We really value our customers and would for sure followed up immediately on this issue. Please email us if you see this at customerservice@greenestreet.com. Thank you!

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