Recent retail, commercial turnover

Here’s a quick look at some retail and commercial turnover around town in the third quarter of 2016 (and then some):

wet-ticket-openingWet Ticket Brewing hosted a soft opening on Saturday, featuring four beers brewed on premises and merchandise. The local production brewery, with a tasting room fronting Main Street, plans to open for good in the coming weeks, according to its Facebook page, with plans to sell growlers starting on Friday from 4 to 8 p.m.

Wet Ticket took about 3,600 square feet at 1435 Main St., splitting a space in the old Woolworth building previously occupied by The Gilded Lillie Rahway Auction. The auction house shifted into smaller space to the right of the brewery.

Some other spots that have new tenants, or plan to have new tenants:

Any other retail or commercial spots that have come and gone in the past three months? Let me know if there’s any that we missed or any others that you’re aware of.

3 thoughts on “Recent retail, commercial turnover”

  1. Sushi spot is opening up at “the mall” on cherry st.
    Staffing agency is opening up on main st across from Rahway fried chicken.

  2. Rahway Spine and Health appears to be moving into 1521 Irving Street, in the space in 2 Park Square previously occupied by Diesel Fitness. Over the past two weeks, new awnings were installed, and they appear to be slowly moving into equipment/doing interior work. According to the awnings… “Physical Therapy, Acupuncture & More”. The advertised site, http://www.rahwayspineandhealth.com, does not appear to be active.

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