Posts Tagged: Philly

Six Additional Rite Aid Stores in Philly and Suburbs are Closing

Six Additional Rite Aid Stores in Philly and Suburbs are Closing

The pharmacies at several locations are slated to shut down by the month’s end. The closure includes the Rite Aid at 3000 Reed St. in Grays Ferry, which shut its doors on November 2, 2023. Additionally, three more Rite Aid stores in the city are on track to close soon as part of the company’s… Read more »

Family Dollar Shutting Some Doors in Philadelphia

These Family Dollar stores are closing in Philadelphia next month

Next month, six Family Dollar stores in Philadelphia will shutter their doors. This local closure follows the recent announcement by Dollar Tree, the parent company of Family Dollar, revealing plans to close nearly 1,000 stores, with approximately 600 Family Dollar locations slated for closure in the first half of this year. Michael Atcovitz, vice president… Read more »

Insomnia Cookies Unveils Flagship Store and Headquarters in Center City

Insomnia Cookies Unveils Flagship Store and Headquarters in Center City.

Insomnia Cookies is set to unveil its largest flagship store in Center City this weekend, captivating visitors with a Willy Wonka-inspired experience at Broad and Chestnut streets. The store, located on the first floor of the new three-story headquarters, offers a range of baked delights, customizable toppings, and a vibrant ambiance. Noteworthy features include a… Read more »

Prominent Mixed-Use Space For Lease

1719 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Wolf Commercial Real Estate has been appointed as the leasing agent to market 1719 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The property has +/- 3,300 sqaure feet available for lease. 1719 Chestnut Street is ideal for retail or office users. The property has an open floor layout with three private offices, a conference room, and elevator access…. Read more »

Former Bankroll Space Has Potential for Multiple Parties

Multiple parties in talks to lease former Bankroll space

The former Bankroll space in Rittenhouse Square, previously a $25 million sports and entertainment venue and restaurant that closed within a few months earlier this year, is now available for lease. Located along Chestnut Street, the property has been listed by Philadelphia-based MSC in an effort to fill this vacant area. Jacob Cooper, partner and… Read more »

Jim’s Steaks is buying next-door neighbor Eyes Gallery

Jim's Steaks Philly

Eyes Gallery has sold its original home to neighboring Jim’s Steaks, another iconic South Street establishment. Both small businesses were devastated by a July 2022 fire that originated in electrical wiring at Jim’s. The cheesesteak spot, which recently shared plans for rebuilding, will expand into the former gallery next door, according to Eyes Gallery owner Julia Zagar… Read more »

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… Read more »

Bucks County franchisee looks to add 30 Philadelphia-area Qdobas

A Bucks County franchisee is eyeing the Philadelphia region for its ambitious growth plans, with intentions to open 30 new Qdoba locations in the area.  The Integritty Group is opening its 31st Qdoba location in Bensalem off of Route 1 on July 25. That will kick off plans to open a total of 60 more… Read more »

Former Cheltenham Square Mall trades for $69.5M

A retail property that was known for six decades as the Cheltenham Square Mall and later redeveloped into Greenleaf at Cheltenham has sold for $69.5 million.  Paramount Realty of Lakewood, New Jersey, bought the 400,851-square-foot center at 2385 Cheltenham Ave., adding to the real estate company’s growing portfolio of retail properties in the Philadelphia area…. Read more »

Barcade opening second Philadelphia outpost in historic Center City building

Barcade Center City Philly

Barcade is taking to Center City to open its second Philadelphia outpost, which the New York-based company aims to debut by early 2023.  The hybrid bar-and-arcade concept is headed to the historic three-story Hale Building at 1326 Chestnut St., which dates back to the late 19th century and was built by esteemed architect W.G. Hale,… Read more »