Another Wawa Location in Philadelphia is Set to Close

Another Wawa Location in Philadelphia is Set to Close

Another Wawa store in Philadelphia is shutting its doors. A spokesperson for the Delaware County convenience store and gas station chain confirmed to the Business Journal that Wawa did not receive a lease renewal offer for its location at 2000 Hamilton St., near Fairmount and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The company declined to provide further details regarding the closure.

Situated at the intersection of 21st and Hamilton streets in Rodin Place, the Wawa stands opposite a Whole Foods Market and in close proximity to a Target store. According to Sam Newman, president of Loddington Management, the property manager for Rodin Place, Wawa’s lease is set to expire at the end of September.

*Article courtesy Philadelphia Business Journal

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