Jewelry store slated to open at 250 E. Park Ave., the former unit of Healing Oasis.
East End residents of Long Beach will soon see more
diamonds, necklaces and precious metals coming to their neighborhood.
The City Council on Tuesday will vote to publish a notice
for an Oct. 16 public hearing on an application to wave off-street parking
requirements for a new Jewelry Store at 250 E. Park Ave., between Monroe and
Long Beach Boulevards.
The owner of the new store, listed as David Goldstein of 210
East Olive St. in Long Beach, will open his shop in the unit previously occupied by
Healing Oasis, a massage therapy facility. Healing Oasis moved two doors down to the
former Carleton & Dayne, a specialty gift store at 252 E. Park Ave., which
closed its doors in May
after nearly 10 years in business.
“We moved a couple of months ago,” said owner Susan
Lanzillotta, who previously told Patch that Carleton & Dayne’s unit would
afford her more space.
A phone number listed for Goldstein on whitepages.com was out
of service. The Oct. 16 hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. at City Hall.
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