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Univest Bank Closing 20% of its Retail Branches

Univest Financial Corp. said it plans to close eight of its 39 retail branches, or 20% of its footprint, as part of an optimization plan that has been accelerated by Covid-19. Since 2015, the Souderton-based parent of Univest Bank has consolidated 15 locations largely in its traditional home base of Bucks and Montgomery counties while… Read more »

ACME Markets Opens New Store at 40th and Walnut

ACME Markets, a Philadelphia based company, has opened its newest store at 40th and Walnut (former Fresh Grocer location) this morning. Here are some more details on what the new store includes: A Deli department featuring such meal solutions as sushi, Poke bowls, Asian hot bar, focaccia pizza, BBQ station, and ACME’s first ever Sally… Read more »

Gap to Close Two-Story Center City Store After More Than 20 Years

Gap Inc. is vacating its store at 1510 Walnut St. in Center City and laying off 32 employees as a result of the closure, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification filed with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. Gap has been a Walnut Street mainstay, having been in space on the street… Read more »

Amazon Grocery Store Coming to Northern Liberties Project Inc. has signed a lease for one of its new grocery stores in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia, according to sources familiar with the deal. The online retailer has taken 40,000 square feet of 60,000 square feet that is proposed for a new apartment complex at 5th and Spring Garden streets, the sources… Read more »

Boyds Retail Rebuilds After Looting Damages Store and Plans a Suburban Outpost for the First Time in 83 Years

Kent Gushner was at home the evening protests turned into looting, violence and vandalism in Center City. He watched the scene unfold from security cameras installed at Boyds, one of Philadelphia’s oldest and vaunted retailers. Glass doors and windows from his family-owned store at 1818 Chestnut St. were broken and marauders plundered any items they could get… Read more »

Columbus Crossing, Bensalem Crossing shopping centers sell 

Paramount Realty Services of Lakewood, N.J., has purchased Columbus Crossing, a 140,418-square-foot shopping center in Philadelphia for roughly $40 million. Anchored by T.J. Maxx, HomeGoods and Ulta Beauty, Columbus Crossing was fully leased at the time of sale. In another, separate transaction, Bensalem Crossing also recently sold for $11.5 million and highlights how investors continue… Read more »

Giant opening new store in Bucks County

A Giant grocery store is on the way in Richboro, the company announced Monday. The 50,000-square-foot store will be in Richboro Shopping Center, in the former location of Murray’s Richboro Market, which used to be the Shop N Bag. The new store will be Giant’s first in Richboro. “We are excited to bring Giant to… Read more »