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Bergen Town Center to welcome Kohl’s and a medical center

Al Urbanski
Hackensack Meridien
Hackensack Meridien, New Jersey's largest health care provider, will be Bergen Town Center's newest anchor.

The premier value shopping property in the retail-packed town of Paramus in New Jersey has announced some interesting new tenants.

The one that will gain the most attention at Bergen Town Center, which is owned and operated by Urban Edge Properties, is an 80,000-sq.-ft. medical facility to be built at there by Hackensack Meridien Health, New Jersey’s largest health provider.

“Medical service providers like Hackensack Meridien have begun to see their customers as regional customers, and they want to provide convenient services to them at the places where they work, shop, and play,” said Chris Weilminster, executive VP and COO of Urban Edge.

Hackensack Meridien plans to offer patients a wide range of affiliated providers engaged in same-day care in a four-story building.

Kohl’s, too, will soon be joining the tenant mix at Bergen T.C. in a prime location facing Route 4, the main route to retail in Paramus. Restaurants Chick’n Cone and Ani Ramen will join V/O Med Spa as new tenants at the center as well.

In a town where Westfield’s Garden State Plaza offers visitors Burberry, Coach, Design Within Reach, Louis Vuitton, and Kate Spade, Bergen Town Center provides shoppers—many who drive to Paramus from New York City to avoid sales tax—the value option.

Tenants at Bergen T.C. include H&M, Target, Gap Factory, Nike Factory, Old Navy Outlet, Saks Off Fifth, and Chico’s Outlet.

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