Lidl and Raising Cane’s to Replace Inolex Factory Area

The century-old industrial plant that sits across the street from John’s Roast Pork in South Philadelphia will be demolished to add another shopping center to an area filled with retail destinations.

The 6.2-acre space at 16 Snyder Ave. is owned by Inolex, which manufacturers ingredients for cosmetic products, but the company transitioned its operations to North Carolina in 2019. Last week, the city issued zoning permits to demolish the factory and construct new retail space, Rising Real-Estate reported.

The 52,000-square-foot shopping center will contain a Lidl, Raising Cane’s, Shake Shack, Chase Bank and an Advance Auto Parts store, the Philadelphia Business Journal reported. An occupant for the sixth unit has not been determined. The center’s parking lot will include 269 spaces.

*Article courtesy of Philly Voice

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