Jersey Mike’s Subs Location Planned for ‘The Junction’ at Newark’s Gateway Center

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Gateway Center Newark Rendering
The Gateway Center, which consists of a group of office buildings that are connected by skywalks and concourses to Newark Penn Station, has been the subject of proposed changes since Onyx Equities took ownership. Now, the concourse areas are starting to be branded as “The Junction at Gateway Center.” Rendering courtesy of Onyx Equities.

As parts of a Downtown Newark complex continue to undergo a transformation of sorts, new tenants are starting to be announced for areas that recently included shuttered retail spaces.

The Gateway Center, which consists of a group of office buildings that are connected by skywalks and concourses to Newark Penn Station, has been the subject of proposed changes since Onyx Equities became involved in what has been described as a “city within a city.” Now, the concourse areas are starting to be branded as “The Junction at Gateway Center.”

Jersey Mikes Coming To Gateway Center Newark
Rendering of the Jersey Mike’s planned for “The Junction”. Image courtesy of Pierson Commercial Real Estate.

A listing from Pierson Commercial Real Estate for “The Junction” includes a rendering of a Jersey Mike’s Subs location. Kyle Potvin, a spokesperson for the Wall Township-based chain, told Jersey Digs that the Gateway Center franchise is expected to open in the middle of September.

There are currently no Jersey Mike’s Subs locations in Downtown Newark, though the company’s website mentions that a restaurant at 53 New Street is “scheduled to open soon.”

In addition, “The Junction” is expected to contain a Gregory’s Coffee location, according to the listing. The changes to the Gateway Center are also slated to bring retail space at the street level to parts of the complex.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Once again as long as Cottage Street Orbit has nothing to do with it and Yankel Tauber of Ramsey NJ who owns many vacant properties in the Downtown area including the old Griffith Building with all the graffiti on the second floor roof area that can be seen from blocks away. They get up there by climbing the scaffolding in front. And the lights under the scaffolding don’t work anymore as well. They are nothing but landbankers and they will never do anything with them properties. Cottage Street Orbit owns all of the vacant storefronts on Broad St between Central Ave and New St. including 601 Broad St. which also has the graffiti up near the second floor wall on the side of the building. They don’t maintain their properties. I notified Code Enforcement.

  2. By the way they get up there at night by climbing the scaffolding in front of 607 Broad St. which is the old Griffith building. The owners Cottage Street Orbit and Yankel Tauber of Ramsey NJ don’t maintain their vacant properties. Eyesore and can be seen from blocks away. Cottage Street Orbit owns the vacant storefronts on Broad St between Central Ave and New St. Including 601 Broad St. which is problematic.

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