Business & Finance

Work Moves Along on New Woodland Park Stores


WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Significant site work has been done so far on the former A&P supermarket on Route 46 west within the last two weeks, to make way for a Christmas Tree Shops AndThat!, a World Market and a third undetermined tenant.

Part of the West Falls Plaza, the property is owned by DDR. The Woodland Park Planning Board approved plans last October for the two new stores. They are set to open this summer.

Christmas Tree Shop sells seasonal items and gifts, home décor items, small indoor and outdoor furniture and accessories, gardening supplies, carpets, curtains and rugs, food and drinks, toys and party items.

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World Market sells furniture, accessories, home décor, candles, food and drink items and international food products.

The A&P supermarket closed in 2015 after the chain filed for bankruptcy.


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