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Shop for Mom at The Annual Girls' Day & Night Out May 10 -- with Free Parking!

Shop for Mom at The Annual Girls' Day & Night Out May 10  -- with Free Parking!

Girls' Day & Night Out in Downtown Westfield will take place May 10, 2018, all day and evening until 9pm.

Shop for Mother's Day, party with your girlfriends, pamper yourself with promotions, and relax with complimentary refreshments and entertainment as you stroll among the retailers and restaurants in stylish Downtown Westfield, NJ. 

Sponsored by the Downtown Westfield Corporation, this annual Girls' Day & Night Out event welcomes ladies to enjoy festivities all day for shopping and refreshments until 9pm.

FREE SHOPPER PARKING DURING GIRLS' DAY & NIGHT OUT: Parking is free all day & night on May 10 at on-street meters and parking lots, compliments of the Town of Westfield.

The first 1,500 lucky ladies to register receive a complimentary gift from Downtown Westfield Corporation (a secret until arrival)!

Registration and gift pick-up will be 11am-1pm (day) and 5pm-7:30pm (night) at 76 Elm St., Westfield.

Rain or shine. Don't miss it! 

Thank you to our 2018 Bag Sponsors: David Realty Group and Athleta.

2018 brochure of participating businesses and their promotions.

REGISTER NOW!

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Interested in Opening a Business in Westfield?

Interested in Opening a Business in Westfield?

Are you interested in opening a business in Downtown Westfield? It's hard to know where to start. Call the Downtown Westfield Corporation for a Recruitment Packet (908-789-9444) and/or feel free to access any of these helpful links:  

download our informational 'Opening a Business' PDF (with a step by step guide)

download the 'Façade Renovation Incentive Grant Program' PDF  (to read about and apply for grant money toward your sign, awning or building facade work)

browse the current vacancy list for available retail/restaurant & commercial space in Downtown Westfield

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Grand Openings in January 2018

Grand Openings in January 2018

Nails Spa & Beyond is now open at 125 Elm Street, next to Addams Tavern. They just completed a beautiful renovation and this location in Westfield is this experienced operator's fourth location. 908.455.8111. www.nailsspabeyond.com

Coming Soon: 

Ambeli Greek Taverna of Cranford is opening a second location in Westfield at 39 Elm St. (in the former location of Butcher Burgers). 908.272.4111. Facebook

Boxwood Coffee Roastery is coming soon to 143 E. Broad St. (in the location formerly Panera). Boxwood Coffee is a family run coffee shop and roaster based in Summit, NJ established in 2014 by husband and wife team Stephen and Erin Bellamy. www.boxwoodcoffee.com

CrossFit 908 Central is opening in March at 260 North Ave. E. in the Walgreens building. www.crossfit908central.com

Little Nest Portraits is coming to 109 Quimby St. Little Nest takes a unique and fresh approach to family photos, specializing in babies, maternity, children and families. 917.941.1782. www.littlenestphoto.com

Signature Realty will open at 236 Elmer St. at corner of North Ave. (in former location of J. Winthrop). The Planning Board approved their office plan in early December 2017. Read more on TAPintoWestfield. www.signaturerealtynj.com  

YESTERcades, a classic and modern video game arcade, is excited to announce that coming Spring 2018 YESTERcades of Westfield will be opening at 151 E. Broad St., formerly City Sports. Please follow YESTERcades Facebook page for updates. 

Restoration:

First Congregational Church of Westfield is celebrating the new year with a newly restored parish house. Hidden from view for over 40 years, Patton hall's window wall and skylight are once again exposed, filling the room with natural light.  The soaring space, warmed by dark wood trim, forms the heart of the church's social events and may be rented out for private meetings and celebrations for up to 120 people. 125 Elm St., 908.233.2494. Read more.

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Recap of 2017 Openings & Expansions

Recap of 2017 Openings & Expansions
As we look back at the happenings in our downtown this past year, we can't help but remark on all the new businesses that have come to town and some of the existing businesses that have thrived and expanded. Despite some obvious challenges our downtown faces, take a peak with us at some of the positive things that have happened in 2017 (in alphabetical order)....
 
Amazing Lash Studio opened at 225 E. Broad St. www.amazinglashstudio.com
 
AR Workshop, a graphic design, DIY blog and shop, opened at 226 North Ave W. (next to Kennedy's Barber Shop). www.arworkshop.com/westfield

Blende Custom Beauty opened at 106 Elm St. after completing a beautiful restoration. www.blendebeauty.com
 
Bella Organici expanded from their Cranford location to 519 South Ave.W. www.bellaorganici.com 
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Mayor Shelley Brindle and New Council Members Sworn In

Mayor Shelley Brindle and New Council Members Sworn In

Welcome Mayor Shelley Brindle and new council members! It was a frigid yet exciting and historic inauguration ceremony on January 1, 2018 as Westfield swore in its first female mayor. Also sworn in were new town council members Linda Habgood, Mike Dardia, David Contract & Dawn Mackey. They joined existing council members JoAnn Neylan, Mark LoGrippo, Frank Arena and Doug Stokes. A crowd of several hundred people were on hand to witness the event at the Town Hall Front Lawn, 425 E. Broad Street. 

DWC welcomes to our Board of Directors Jim Donofrio, Gary Goodman, Miriam Verga, Patricia Hanigan, Councilwoman Dawn Mackey and Mayor Shelley Brindle. They join existing board members Alan De Rose, Shawn Hanna and James Gildea. Click here for the board meeting schedule.

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DWC Announces Winners of Best Holiday Window Decorating Contest in Downtown Westfield

DWC Announces Winners of Best Holiday Window Decorating Contest in Downtown Westfield

The Downtown Westfield Corporation announced the winners of their "Best Holiday Window Decorating Contest". Many downtown businesses did a fabulous job decorating their spaces and the DWC sponsored the contest to reward their efforts and encourage everyone to participate in beautifying our town for the holidays. Businesses were asked to make their window displays and storefronts the very best this year, with garland and bows, wreaths and lights, artistic props, and lots of beautiful merchandise in their windows.

Volunteer judges from the DWC Design Committee walked around town as a group on December 19 to see all the beautiful window displays and make their final selections.

The Grand Prize went to……

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Grand Openings in December

Grand Openings in December

Bella Organici expanded from their Cranford location to 519 South Avenue W. (directly next door to Dirt Clean Culture Beauty Shop). Bella Organici specializes in organic facials, organic spray tans, body treatments, lasers and microneedles. 908.313.8232. www.bellaorganici.com

1958 Cuban Cuisine is celebrating their Grand Opening on Sunday, December 3 with good food, music and entertainment 4pm-8pm. Ribbon cutting at 4pm. 301 South Ave. W., 908.232.3187.  Facebook  

Cory Mathews salon for men is open at 309 South Ave. W. They expanded to Westfield from Cranford and offer the ultimate men's experience, from wash to shave and everything in between. 908.276.1840. www.cory-mathews.com

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Welcome New Mayor Shelley Brindle & Council Members!

Welcome New Mayor Shelley Brindle & Council Members!

 

The Downtown Westfield Corporation (DWC) would like to congratulate Shelley Brindle on becoming the first female Mayor of Westfield and our next fearless leader! We look forward to engaging with her and new council members David Contract, Michael Dardia, Linda Habgood and Dawn Mackey to solve some of our current challenges and partner for an exciting and prosperous future. The staff and volunteer committees look forward to working with them and existing council members Frank Arena, Jo Ann Neylan, Mark LoGrippo and Doug Stokes. 

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Grand Openings in November

Grand Openings in November

Mimi & Hill, a full service interior design studio and shop, is now open at 227 Elmer St. Owners and Westfield residents Hillary Kaplan and Miriam Silver Verga have been in business for over 6 years designing homes as close as Westfield, second homes on the Jersey shore and a few Caribbean homes. Their new store has a host of grand opening events in November and December to which the public is invited.  Click for event details. These events will showcase artisans and specialty design pieces. 908.403.6169. www.mimiandhill.com 

Spice Bazaar, a casual Indian restaurant, is open at 114-116 Quimby St. (in the location formerly Asian Fusion). Serving an extensive menu seven days a week, from 11:30am to 10:30pm, Spice Bazaar offers lunch specials and dinner, and is BYOB. For owners Kanika Vij and Simran Bakshi, Westfield is their second restaurant. The first one is Spice Mantra in Englewood, NJ. The executive chefs come from prominent four and five-star restaurants including ones that focus on authentic Indian cuisine. The restaurant is designed with a special menu featuring authentic Indian cuisine with a modern flair. Signature dishes include the Chicken Tikka Masala and Dal Makhani. The Chicken Biryani is also a popular item. Spice Bazaar's team has created vegetarian and non-vegetarian entrees and starters that will wow your senses. Their tandoori breads are baked to perfection and offer a sampling platter. This restaurant wants to celebrate food from India and share it with their guests. Enjoy 10% off with mention of this article! 908.389.1888. www.SpiceBazaarNJ.com 

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Historic Restoration of Westfield's Flatiron Building

Historic Restoration of Westfield's Flatiron Building

In case you haven't seen it, Westfield's flatiron building is undergoing a historic restoration. Sherry Cronin and the DWC Design Committee (Peg Lockwood, chair, Robert Newell, David Bailey, Lisa Tsavekou, and Barbara Vincentsen) has been working with the owner on this significant project. The old facade was removed revealing the original cast iron columns. The design will be guided using historic photos from the early 1900's and the 1930's. The building will have retail on the first floor and two apartments on the second and third floor with a rooftop terrace. Stay tuned!

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