The American Dream complex in East Rutherford will reopen Oct. 1, nearly six months after the coronavirus crisis dealt yet another setback to the massive retail and entertainment venue.
Gov. Phil Murphy and Tammy Murphy were among those on hand Friday, Oct. 25, to tour the first phase of the American Dream project. — Courtesy: Edwin J. Torres/Governor’s Office By Joshua Burd Gov. Phil Murphy and other top state…
Asian-American grocery chain H Mart is coming to the American Dream, the latest high-profile addition to the retail and culinary offerings at the sprawling Meadowlands project.
The long-awaited American Dream project has announced an opening date in late October, signaling that the massive entertainment and retail project may finally come to fruition.
An iconic American brand will have a major presence at the massive American Dream complex in East Rutherford, under a new partnership unveiled by the project’s developer.
Barneys New York has agreed to lease about 50,000 square feet at the American Dream complex, the latest high-end retailer to sign on to the massive shopping and entertainment complex in East Rutherford.
Two New Jersey law firms are joining forces to create a team of more than 50 attorneys and what it says will be a wide-ranging legal practice.
The New Jersey Hall of Fame has broken ground on its permanent home at the sprawling American Dream complex in East Rutherford, hosting stakeholders and dignitaries on Wednesday for a ceremonial kickoff to the project.
The nonprofit New Jersey Hall of Fame has found a permanent home at what will become the sprawling American Dream retail and entertainment complex in East Rutherford.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday visited the massive American Dream project in the Meadowlands, hailing the ongoing work of construction teams and the potential for long-term job creation at the 3 million-square-foot entertainment, retail and dining complex.