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Garden State Plaza Will Become “Town Square” in Sweeping Redevelopment

The 2.1-million-square-foot Westfield Garden State Plaza will become the hub of a mixed-use town center in a sweeping redevelopment planned by the Paramus, NJ shopping center’s owner, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield. Residential, office, hotel and public space all figure in the makeover of the New York metro area’s third-largest shopping center.

“It’s a bold vision that will enhance Garden State Plaza’s role as a focal point in Bergen County,” said VP Stephen Fluhr at Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield. “Since the mall’s opening 62 years ago, our shopping, dining and special events have drawn generations of area residents. Now we’re poised for the next step in creating a true ‘town square’ destination in northern New Jersey.”

The multi-year plan follows recent upgrades that include new dining, shops and play space. Up next, will be the transformation of three larger vacant spaces into room for approximately 20 new retailers and additional premium dining options.

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