The T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center, also known as Maple Hall, is a masterfully rehabilitated 19th Century French mansard style structure. Named after T. Thomas Fortune, one of the most influential American journalists and newspaper publishers of the 19th and 20th Century, the T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center was birthed out of the vision of the T. Thomas Fortune Foundation and Roger Mumford Homes, in collaboration with the residences at Fortune Square. The Cultural Center features the quality craftsmanship, as well as extraordinary etching and trim details for which Roger Mumford Homes is known.
Located just behind Maple Hall is Fortune Square – Roger Mumford’s latest enhancement to Red Bank’s West side renaissance. Inspired by visionary T. Thomas Fortune, the community features 31 one- and two-bedroom rental residences in the heart of Red Bank. Homes highlight extra-large bedrooms with built-ins (per plan); complete Samsung appliance packages, and LED lighting in individual apartments. The community also boasts elevator access, an onsite fitness center and gorgeous lobbies on each level with exquisite honed marble.