Your Guide to What’s Inside the New George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal

(DNAINFO)  Carolina Pichardo | May 19, 2017 — The long-awaited George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal opened to much fanfare earlier this week, but much of the three-story space remains vacant — with questions surrounding the status of big-name tenants once expected to anchor the space.

An official map of the main terminal — or “west terminal,” which stretches from Fort Washington Avenue to Broadway between 178th and 179th streets, and “east terminal,” which stretches from Broadway to Wadsworth Avenue between 178th and 179th streets — features stores, bathrooms, escalators and other sites of interest.

None of the stores are identified by name, which developers George Washington Bridge Development Venture LLC told DNAinfo New York is because the list of stores is still “preliminary.”

But according to a list of stores developers provided to DNAinfo, big-name chains like Marshalls, Gap and Blink Fitness are still on deck for the space while Buffalo Wild Wings, which had earlier been touted by developers, is no longer connected to the project. Reps for Buffalo Wild Wings did not immediately respond to calls for comment and developers did not say why Buffalo Wild Wings parted ways.

Sources said that businesses have pulled out of the project and additional businesses who inked leases with the terminal may still drop out due to construction headaches and frustrations with the Port Authority and the developer.

Years of delays and red tape dogged the project and developers most recently told small businesses they would have to wait until union contractors were done working at the terminal before they could begin work with their own non-union contractors.

Source: Your Guide to What’s Inside the New George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal – Washington Heights – DNAinfo New York