Few suburban areas in the country enjoy the luxury and convenience of such a preeminent mix of retail shops. Millburn Township features several distinct shopping venues including: downtown Millburn; Short Hills Blvd. on Millburn Ave.; Short Hills Village on Chatham Rd.; Morris Turnpike and John F. Kennedy Parkway.
One-of-a-kind boutique-style shops make their homes here. Gift shops, art galleries, home décor services, fine wine shops, beauty and skin care salons, jewelry, contemporary apparel and shoe stores, a bike shop, hardware store, florists, pharmacies and specialty stores, make the Township a premier shopping destination.
A “fashion gateway/corridor” at the prime intersection of Millburn Avenue and Main Street, is home to the newly expanded Red Carpet Boutique, the multi-level Schultz Furriers, nationally recognized Deborah Gilbert Smith, and Gito known for the latest in clothing, shoes and accessories. They join dozens of other fashion forward retailers to provide world-class shopping with small-town ambiance. Footnotes, a leader in women’s designer shoes for more than 60 years, is just a short stroll away.
Anthisi, which provides clinical skincare and electrolysis, has been servicing the local community for almost two decades. Its clients include multi-generational families of mothers, grandmothers and grandchildren. Recently the business owner purchased and completely renovated a building just several blocks from her original location. The new location combines a state-of-the-art renovation with expanded space to accommodate an expanded menu of skincare services.
The Short Hills Blvd section on upper Millburn Avenue is home to the multi-generational family business M. Blaustein Furs, as well as unique restaurants, several nationally recognized realtors who are Millburn specialists, as well as fashion forward boutiques and a children’s footwear store.
Nestled across from the Short Hills train station is a charming cluster of retail establishments known as Short Hills Village. The newly opened Box Car Bar & Grill transformed the historic Short Hills train station into a casual restaurant serving comfort food and artisan beers.
The Short Hills Pharmacy on Chatham Road has been serving the community for decades. The newly opened Aldea Salon, a chic European style beauty salon aptly named for its small village ambiance, is also housed on Chatham Road in Short Hills “Village”.
Morris Turnpike, crossroads to the neighboring communities of Summit and Springfield, features national chains including restaurants, supermarkets, banks, beauty and fitness establishments and several low rise office buildings.
The Mall of Short Hills on JFK Parkway, offers one of the country’s most extensive collections of luxury retailing in an environment that is elegant and sophisticated, yet intimate and comfortable. This beautiful shopping center includes five of the world’s most prestigious department stores and more than 150 specialty stores and restaurants.