New Year, New Shops, New You: Here Are The New Food, Fitness And Shopping Options At The Oculus

Just in time for the new year, the Shops at the Oculus (a.k.a. Westfield World Trade Center) has landed some new tenants, which you can now patronize using your holiday money and/or stimulus check. The mall is still open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays). Here’s what’s new.

I ❤️ NY Gift Ideas

The store features 19,000 square feet of clothes, bags, mugs, dog gear and lots of other gifts bearing the iconic I ❤️ NY. It’s a chance to show off your civic pride as the city continues to recover, or to buy a gift before hopping on an NJ Transit train to visit (safely, we hope) relatives. 

Located on the South Concourse main level of the Oculus.

Gansevoort Market 

You’ll never go hungry while shopping or waiting for a train again: The Gansevoort food market has relocated from its location in the Meatpacking District, bringing 11 vendors to the balcony of the Oculus. Food purveyors include: CNJ Sandwiches, Eat Well Mediterranean, Chick N Bun, Umai Fish, Buon Cibo Pizza, Sal Anthony’s Pasta, K-Pop Haus, Mom Curry & Yaki, Los Panchos and Cebichelsea.

Located on the South Concourse balcony level of the Oculus.


FORME Life is a personal strength studio for body and mind, which can help turn your home into a gym by offering full-length mirrors that transform into your own personal trainer. 

Located on the South Concourse balcony level of the Oculus.

Devon & Blakely 

The “fine food eatery” is back by popular demand. Devon & Blakely is a go-to lunch spot for lunches, with sandwiches, salads, soups and hearty entrees to match any appetite. 

Located in the West Concourse of the Oculus.