A fast-growing concept that combines Italian and American cuisine with bowling, bocce and banquet space is coming to Paramus’ iconic Westfield Garden State Plaza.
The owner of the Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus has unveiled plans for a new mixed-use town center, one that will include new residential development and commercial and park space at what is already one of the nation’s top-performing malls.
A fast casual chain offering what are known as poké bowls and burritos — a Hawaiian-inspired concept focused on fresh fish — is making its debut in New Jersey with a new location at the Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus.
Even in Bergen County — the home of the highest-grossing retail ZIP code in the U.S. — owners and operators are in a race to evolve and face no shortage of challenges.
Local officials have cleared the way for Advance Realty and Invesco Real Estate to demolish an aging office building in Paramus, allowing the firms to develop a new 40,000-square-foot retail and dining complex in its place.