Kushner, Pier Village restaurateurs locked in lease dispute

assetContent (12)LONG BRANCH — The new owners of Pier Village in Long Branch are seeking to evict the owners of two restaurants in a lease dispute that calls into question plans for the future of the city’s oceanfront retail area. In response to the eviction attempt by Kushner Companies, businessmen Daniel Pinheiro and Michael Keating have goneā€¦

Posted: May 9th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Long Branch, Monmouth County News | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Kushner, Pier Village restaurateurs locked in lease dispute”

  1. LB said at 12:31 pm on May 9th, 2016:

    Danny and his family run great businesses in Pier Village. They were early, initial investors in the project and spend a lot of time down there running their family business, employing a lot of young kids in town and are extraordinarily fair to all of their customers, to whom they provide great product and service. It would be a shame to see them chased out because the Democrats, including Pallone, in Long Branch are greedy, selfish, and need more tax revenue to support their liberal tax, tax, tax, tax and spend agenda.

    What is worse is that there is another family looking to invest in and get started developing the lower Broadway area, which currently and has looked for several years a little bit like Mogadishu, but the Democrats in charge are holding up that development; and chasing out Danny and his family is sure to leave a sour taste in the mouths of anyone else who was going to make invests in town.

    It might also be worth noting, for people not making the connection, that Kushner is Ivanka Trump’s husband; Donald J. Trump’s son-in-law. It might be in Kushner’s father-in-law’s best interests if Kushner can do the right thing here, make the Democrats in Long Branch look stupid in the process, and get some Trump votes out of a majority Democrat town.

  2. Bob English said at 3:19 pm on May 9th, 2016:

    I’d recommend that anyone who signs a lease get/keep an executed copy that is signed at the same time by the other party.

  3. Learn a lesson said at 12:15 pm on May 10th, 2016:

    from them walking away from a beautiful plan for Monmouth Mall, due to a few NIMBYs and a weak governing body.. Long Branch would do well to work out as many improvements there as possible: our county’s two cities, Asbury and Long Branch, once grand jewels of our shore, are sad and embarrassing disasters!