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40 new businesses open in less than 4 years in this N.J. town

Downtown Woodbury, NJ

By Caitlyn Stulpin | For
on August 27, 2016 at 8:10 AM, updated August 27, 2016 at 9:39 AM

WOODBURY — Downtown Woodbury is better than its been in years, local leaders say, thanks to the efforts of 40 new business owners.

The city has seen several setbacks in recent years, including the loss of grocer Bottom Dollar, Prya Art Gallery and King of Steaks.

The biggest blow came with the announcement that Inspira Health Network will close its Woodbury hospital in a few years and open a new one in Harrison Township. Inspira will keep a presence at the former Underwood Memorial Hospital site, where 500 jobs will remain. The hospital currently employs 1,600.

3 thoughts on “40 new businesses open in less than 4 years in this N.J. town

  1. The comments after the article were funny.

  2. Do they have a big garage?
    I bet they have a big monstrous garage…

  3. 5:31 the free downtown garage in Woodbury looks exactly like the proposed Hudson Street Garage. BTW, be careful not to be hit by tumbleweed when you visit Woodbury.

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