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Downtown Westfield Corporation

Posted on: December 20, 2022

New Businesses in Downtown Westfield

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Downtown Westfield is the place to be with the arrival of multiple new businesses.

After a challenging few years driven by the uncertainty of COVID, incredible progress has been made in Downtown Westfield with many new businesses opening, it’s an exciting time for residents, local businesses, and visitors.


Recent additions to the Central Business District, with a wide range of offerings – including retail, dining, and professional services.

Recently Opened

  • Sum Ramen  9 Elm St (November 2023, formerly Kilwins)
  • Doner Kebab 125 East Broad Street –  Restaurant offering rotisserie cooked seasoned meat (October 2023, formerly Brummers Chocolates)
  • Sugaring NYC  214 E Broad St –  (October 2023) 
  • Fortis Coffee  218 E Broad St (October 2023)
  • Casa Gourmet  21 Elm St (August 2023, formerly The Gallery)
  • Apricot Baklava & Turkish Delight   31 E Broad St  –  (August 2023, formerly John Robert Custom Shirts)  
  • Rumble Boxing Westfield  231 E Broad St  –  (July 2023, formerly Victoria's Secret)
  • StretchLab  161 E Broad St (July 2023, formerly Francesca's)
  • Ward Conway Realty  33 Elm Street – Real estate office (June 2023)
  • Mochimoly 131 East Broad Street  –   Mochi Donuts and More (May 2023, formerly Omaha Steak)
  • Cachet Boutique  112 Central Ave (May 2023, formerly Janus Closet)
  • Roig Collection Westfield  254 East Broad Street –  Art gallery (March 2023)
  • Milburn Deli 142-144 E Broad St –  Legendary deli (March 2023, formerly Jersey Mikes)
  • Fresh & Co 21 E Broad St  – Healthy, fast casual, Manhattan based chain serving fresh salads, soups, sandwiches and more (March 2023, formerly Carlos Bakery)
  • AHD & Co  116 Elm Street (December 2022, above G Lab Aesthetics) – Architecture and interior design firm
  • Stonewater Architecture LLC  116 Elm Street (December 2022, above G Lab Aesthetics) – Architecture firm
  • Reves Smothie Cafe  106 Quimby Street  –  Smoothie and Juice Bar (October 2022, formerly Subway)
  • Francis Henri  258 East Broad Street   A modern shop for little ones, featuring the very best European, Australian, UK & International baby brands that are tricky to find stateside (September 2022, formerly Westfield Creamery)
  • Kirshenbaum Baking Co  62 Elm Street – Hand-baked cookies and treats, including gluten free and dairy free options (September 2022, formerly Papyrus)
  • Chutzpah Kitchen  138 East Broad Street – Middle Eastern cuisine (September 2022, formerly Savory Spice)
  • Winnie Nail Spa  110 Quimby St –  Nail Salon (September 2022) 
  • La Bendita  116 Quimby Street – Mexican cuisine (August 2022, formerly LaVash)
  • Gong Cha  129 East Broad Street – Bubble tea, known for its signature Milk Foam (July 2022, formerly Midtown Authentic)
  • Artistique Hair Studio  105 Prospect Street – Hair salon (July 2022, formerly Leo Charles Salon)
  • Viktoria Seiz  407 South Ave West – Raw vegan desserts (July 2022, formerly Westfield Shoe Repair)
  • Luigiano Tailor Shop  613 South Ave West –  Tailor (June 2022)
  • The Life  52 Elm Street – Lifestyle products, beautiful aesthetics, fashion and design (May 2022, formerly Castle Bootery)
  • Maya Thai Eatery  235 Elmer Street – Thai cuisine (April 2022, formerly Xocolatz)
  • MAG Physical Therapy, Pilates & Wellness  84 Elm Street, 2nd Floor (March 2022)
  • The Green Room  29 Elm Street  –  CBD store (February 2022, formerly Towne Barber Shoppe)
  • Westfield Pharmacy 126 Central Avenue, with entrance on Quimby Street (January 2022)
  • Zen & Go  – Acupuncture & Healing  189 Elm Street, 2nd Floor (January 2022)
  • DENTOLOGEM  210 South Avenue West  – Dental office (December 2021, formerly VP Salon)
  • Coffee Kiosk by Boxcar  South Avenue Train Station (December 2021)
  • Surreal Creamery  130 East Broad Street  – Custom-made ice cream and milkshakes, bubble teas, lattes, slushies and jasmine fruit teas (December 2021, formerly Midtown Authentic)
  • Barre3   276 North Avenue East  – Barre studio (November 2021, formerly Westfield Liquors)
  • The Gallery  21 Elm Street – Art gallery, curated gifts and accessories (November 2021, formerly First Class Nail Salon & Spa)
  • Wallitsch Art  100 Elmer Street – Art gallery (October 2021)
  • Stretch Recovery Lounge  307 South Avenue West (October 2021)
  • Victoria’s Cakes  409 Westfield Avenue – Authentic French Bakery (September 2021) 
  • Song Lash 611 South Avenue West  –  Eye lash, Eyebrow and skincare (September 2021)
  • Estella’s Minimarket  407 South Avenue West   –  Convenience Store (February 2021)

Expansions of Existing Businesses

  • Indigo Art Studio  22 Elm St (expanded May 2023, formerly Design Hub Home)
  • Mimi & Hill Design Studio and Shop  152 East Broad Street – Interior design and shop featuring home goods, jewelry, artwork, furniture and more (Expanded October 2022, formerly New Jersey Workshop for the Arts)
  • Akai Lounge  47 Elm Street (expanded with full sit-down bar November 2022, formerly Theresa’s Restaurant)
  • Keller Williams Realty  1 Elm Street –  Real estate office (Expanded August 2022, formerly Excel Physical Therapy)
  • Excel Physical Therapy  128 Elm Street (moved from Elm Street March 2022, formerly POE Yoga)
  • New Jersey Workshop for the Arts  215 Elmer Street – Music school (moved from East Broad Street, December 2021)
  • G Lab Aesthetics  116 Elm Street – Medical aesthetics  (expanded in August 2021, formerly Evergreen)

Coming Soon

  • Maize Cocktails and Cocina  Westfield North Ave Train Station – 300 North Ave West – Mexican cuisine and cocktail bar (Opening 2023)
  • Hummus Republic  102 E Broad St (Opening 2023)
  • Have a Nice Clay  221 North Ave E (opening 2023, formerly Bespoke by Gambert)

“I’m thrilled to welcome these new businesses to Westfield, for their vote of confidence in our downtown's bright future, and their commitment to being a part of it,” said Westfield Mayor Shelley Brindle. “These new businesses will join the many existing establishments that have been the backbone of our downtown, having weathered a tough two years driven by the uncertainty from COVID. I am grateful for the influx of new investment in our downtown, the work of the DWC to facilitate new tenants, and especially to our residents who have demonstrated their commitment to shopping local and supporting our downtown businesses.”

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