New Jersey Woolworth Stores

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former Woolworth [gone]
Hackensack, NJ
This Woolworth was built between 1926 and 1931. These photos are from 2011. The building was gutted around 2018. This building has been replaced with a six-story building known as the Woolworth Residences. [map]

former Woolworth
Bergenfield, NJ
This Woolworth appears to be from the 1930s. [map]

former Woolworth
Asbury Park, NJ
This Woolworth was built in the 1920s. Since 2006, the building has housed The Shoppes at the Arcade. [map]

former Woolworth
Trenton, NJ
former Woolworth
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
This Woolworth in Trenton opened in 1951. This photo is from 2012. By 2013, the red sign had been removed and the building was about to house a Family Dollar store. [map]

This Woolworth in Point Pleasant Beach now houses the Point Pavilion Antique Centre. [map]

former Woolworth
Collingswood, NJ
This Woolworth now houses two restaurants. The dates on the sign might indicate when it was built (1929) and when it was closed or restored (1962). This sign appears to be a replica of the original. [map]

former Woolworth
Wildwood, NJ
This Woolworth is occupied by Randyland which is the amusement park related collection of Randy Senna. He has owned the building since 1999 and had hoped to open an arcade. This was prohibited by city regulations. He decided to open a museum instead. These photos are from 2012. Around 2017, the signs were covered up with new signs for "Randyland" and "Emporium." He finally had the city approval but I don't think it ever opened. [map]

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