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There’s A New Wawa Location Coming to Hudson County on 5/26

by Samantha Impaglia
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For those who “gotta have a Wawa,” it’s about to become a lot easier. In recent years, the upscale convenience store that offers all kinds of food, coffee drinks, fuel, and more has expanded from the Jersey Shore to all over the state. The good news for Hudson County is that there’s a new Wawa coming to North Bergen on May 26th, where it will be located at 7408 Tonnelle Avenue. Read on to learn more about the expansion and all of the details.

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The Details

The North Bergen Wawa will be at 7408 Tonnelle Avenue, as seen on Loopnet and North Jersey Media Group. The store will sit about five miles from Hoboken, about eight miles from Jersey City, and three miles from Manhattan. The space is a little over 5,000 square feet, and the grand opening is set for May 26th, 2022. Doors open at 8AM and the opening officially starts at 9AM — where there will be limited edition Wawa t-shirts for the first 100 customers, a charitable hoagie-building competition, giveaways, remarks from Wawa store leadership, local officials, and community partners, and more.

With over 1.7 million residents living within a five-mile radius of this upcoming Wawa, it will be serving one of the largest customer bases for a site in the United States. The storefront’s location will be surrounded by other large chains – including a new Chick-fil-A that’s being constructed directly next to it – along with Target, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Chipotle, Dunkin’, and Starbucks.

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Wawa In + Around Hudson County

With a Wawa coming to North Bergen, this will make it the second location in Hudson County. The other storefront is at 200 Harrison Avenue in Kearny. As for Wawa’s in other parts of the area, there are three Bergen County – Hackensack, Garfield, and Lodi. Although the brand is less developed in North Jersey compared to South Jersey, there is still quite a presence here.

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