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Hobby Lobby Plans to Open 2 N.J. Locations in early 2021

Hobby Lobby is opening two new craft stores in New Jersey in 2021, the company has announced.

A Cherry Hill location is expected to open in January, with a Paramus store following suit in February. The Cherry Hill store will be located at Hillview Shopping Center on Route 38, and the Paramus store will be located at 545 NJ 17. Both stores will take storefronts vacated by Babies R Us.

Both locations are looking to hire between 35 and 50 employees, with full-time pay of $17 an hour and part-time pay of $12 or $11 an hour, depending on the location.

“The success of our stores in New Jersey is a good indicator that Cherry Hill (and Paramus) shoppers will be pleased with the quality, selection and value we offer in the craft and home decor market,” said Director of Advertising Kelly Black.

Hobby Lobby stores sell a mix of craft supplies and home decor. All stores are open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and are closed on Sundays.

*Article Courtesy of NJ.com

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Cherry Hill Retail Space for Lease on Route 70 East

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, now is offering premier Cherry Hill retail space for lease at 2076 Route 70 East Cherry Hill NJ.

This in-line, 2,240-square-foot Cherry Hill retail space for lease offers freestanding pylon and storefront façade signage and, in addition, this Cherry Hill retail space for lease sits on a well-maintained and landscaped property.

Please call for information about the asking lease price for this retail space in Cherry Hill at 2076 Route 70 East Cherry Hill NJ. This retail space in Cherry Hill is available for immediate occupancy through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

There is abundant parking at this Cherry Hill retail space for lease and many high-traffic retailers are close by this Cherry Hill retail space for lease at 2076 Route 70 East Cherry Hill NJ. Route 73, the New Jersey Turnpike, and Exit 34 of I-295 also are near this retail space in Cherry Hill.

This retail space in Cherry Hill is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm. Prospective tenants will join Lee Newman, Thriv Salon, and Tehen Women’s Clothing in the shopping center that contains this retail space in Cherry Hill.

Nearly 202,000 potential customers live within five miles of this Cherry Hill retail space for lease at 2076 Route 70 East Cherry Hill NJ and the average household income within that same radius of this retail space in Cherry Hill is $104,967.

For more information about this Cherry Hill retail space for lease at 2076 Route 70 East Cherry Hill NJ or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Bethany Brown (856-857-6396; bethany.brown@wolfcre.com) or Jason Wolf (856-857-6301; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, warehouse properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for lease or sale through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Ellisburg Shopping Center Growth Plan Offers a Retail History

CHERRY HILL – The Ellisburg Shopping Center has stood for decades at Route 70 and North Kings Highway.

But a proposal to add two restaurants there offers a trip down a more figurative road — Memory Lane.

A document filed with Cherry Hill’s planning board lists scores of tenants who have come and gone at one of the town’s oldest retail centers.

The parade of stores includes long-forgotten names like discounter W.T. Grant in the ‘60s and ‘70s, vaguely remembered merchants like Blockbuster Video in the 1980s, and modern merchants like Whole Foods Market.

The filing’s intended to assess environmental conditions at the 27.8-acre site. But it also provides a history lesson of sorts — showing the changes that have swept through South Jersey’s shopping scene.

Consider, for instance, that the plan calls for demolition of a gas station to make way for a free-standing restaurant — its tenant still to be found — off Kings Highway.

Another restaurant, part of the Florida-based BurgerFi chain, would occupy the current home of Mattress Firm. That building would undergo “partial demolition and a retrofit” to accommodate the restaurant, according to Richard Goldstein, an attorney for the shopping center’s owner.

Both restaurants would be around 3,000 square feet, with indoor and outdoor dining. Neither is expected to have a drive-thru service, Goldstein said.

The township planning board approved the proposal at its meeting Monday night, with member Marlyn Kalitan welcoming the pending change at a “historic” site.

“That’s where our first library,” she said, referring to a site that later became a post office and currently holds a Honey Grow restaurant.

The service station facing demolition, now known as US Gas, dates back to the shopping center’s origins in the mid-1960s. Back then, the report notes, it carried the name of a grocery chain — Food Fair Gas.

The assessment, which runs for more than 3,000 pages, notes other examples of once-vibrant stores making way for another generation.

For instance, it says, the Grant’s discount store was occupied by All In One Linen Outlet in 1984 and by Bed Bath & Beyond in 1999. Shoppers now know the site as Buy Buy Baby.

Another original tenant, S.S. Kresge, had vanished by 1980, when its site was occupied by Dee’s Appliances. The property was occupied in 2004 by Ross Dress for Less and most recently held Stein Mart, one of several tenants who’ve closed during the pandemic.

The shopping center’s past is relevant because some tenants, including the gas station, had an environmental impact.

For instance, the assessment notes heating-oil tanks were once buried behind a ShopRite supermarket and the adjacent Washamatic Laundry. Three dry cleaners operated at the site over the decades, it adds.

And it notes a 1992 report that found two tenants — Ellisburg Camera Shop and Perfect Photo and Cleaners — that developed pictures for their customers.

“Both of these facilities recover silver from the photographic development process and discharge their waste,’ said the earlier report, which noted chemicals in the stores included “developers, bleaching agents and corrosive materials.”

The analysis also cites “stained” soil behind the former Playdrome entertainment center, now The Big Event, which shared its building in 1984 with Chef Wang’s Szechuan Wok.

The stain likely occurred because someone from the bowling alley was pouring waste oil onto the soil, it says.

But the biggest impact likely came from the shopping center itself, which is owned by Maryland-based Federal Realty Investment Trust.

The sprawling complex rose at a site that had been used for farming or was forested since at least 1888, the document says. The shopping center appeared shortly after local residents voted in 1961 to change the municipality’s name from Delaware Township, setting the stage for a suburban boom.

Aerial photos in the report show the surrounding area becoming crowded with homes and commercial buildings after the shopping center’s arrival.

That intense growth in 1992 doomed a nearby roundabout that initially led traffic past open fields — and gave the complex its original name, Ellisburg Circle Shopping Center.

As one sign of the area’s evolution, the report notes, the traffic circle’s southeastern side — where a Chipotle is now under construction — once held a combination gas station and produce stand.

The retail complex now holds an L-shaped strip center, six outlying buildings and — the most recent addition — a solar field behind the Playdrome.

The report, prepared by California-based Partner Engineering and Science Inc., unearthed the shopping center’s past with help from township records and vintage telephone directories.

Its findings apparently overlooked a twin theater that drew crowds into the early ‘80s, before morphing into a sporting goods outlet, a book shop and a dollar store, among other uses.

But the document still notes long-departed tenants like a Sherwin-Williams paint store, Barsons Café & Deli, Stein’s Men’s & Boy’s Clothing, and a record shop from 1980 named Jingles.

*Article courtesy of Courier Post

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Wolf Commercial Real Estate also offers property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, warehouse properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail spaces and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for lease or sale through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Burger Fi Proposed for Ellisburg Shopping Center in Cherry Hill

The Cherry Hill Planning Board will meet on December 7th to consider a plan for a new Burger Fi at the Ellisburg Shopping Center, at the intersection of Route 70 and Kings Highway.

Plans call for the construction of a freestanding 2,988 square foot building housing Burger Fi, plus an additional 525 feet of outdoor seating.  The new restaurant would be located next to Honeygrow, with the two restaurants separated by a drive lane.

The site would contain 15 parking spots plus 2 additional handicap spots.  (Plus there is plenty of additional parking in front of Honeygrow and the rest of the existing stores.)

The Mattress Firm currently at the location would be demolished.  Mattress Firm has another location in Cherry Hill on Haddonfield Road… and no one will complain about a mattress store being replaced by a new restaurant!

If approved, the Mattress Firm would be demolished

Burger Fi began in February 2011 and now has more than 100 locations across the US and beyond.   The closest location to us is in Center City Philadelphia.  Their menu features chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, shakes of course Burgers.  They also offer a wide variety of sauces to accompany your meal; garlic aioli, sweet BBQ, truffle aioli, chili, spicy mayo, Burger Fi sauce, and many more.

*Article courtesy of Marlton Pike

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Prime Location on ‘Landmark’ Corner in Cherry Hill Sells for $4M to Make Way for CVS

Four prime pieces of real estate on Route 70 in Cherry Hill sold for a combined $4 million with the buyer planning to tear down the existing structures on the sites to build a CVS.

Bala Cynwyd-based Moreland Development purchased the two acres of property at the corner of Route 70 and Springdale Road after securing approvals for the 13,000-square-foot CVS over the past year.

The parcels include 1900-1904 Rt. 70 East and 1803 and 1807 Springdale Road.

To move forward with the project, Moreland — known for developing at least five of the new Royal Farms convenience stores that have opened in the Philadelphia area in recent years — will demolish the existing structures on the properties. One is the Morton and Rudolph Jewelers store on Route 70, a prominent building with a gray-blue exterior and circular windows. After more than 25 years in the location, the store is moving about a mile east to 2085 Rt. 70 in the township.

The CVS development is a good answer to the three main questions when evaluating a project: What will fit on the site? Will the market support it? And what will local government approve?

The Cherry Hill location is ideal for a pharmacy and the traffic it would draw since it’s a corner lot next to a traffic light. Despite the many health care offices and outpatient centers surrounding the area, there are also no large pharmacy stores like CVS on Route 70 in the eastern side of the township. That means a CVS also brings an added value to the people who live, work and have medical appointments in the area, and is likely why there were no major public objections to the project.

Demolition is expected to take place before the end of the year, and construction on the CVS will likely begin next year for an expected summer 2021 opening.

*Article courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

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Wolf Commercial Real Estate also offers property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, warehouse properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail spaces and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for lease or sale through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Chalupa, Burrito or Taco: All on the Menu Next Summer at Taco Bell on Cherry Hill’s East Side.

If you’re a Taco Bell fan, you’ll be able to satisfy your cravings on the east side of Cherry Hill beginning next summer.

The Planning Board voted 5-1 Monday night to approve preliminary and final major site plans for the restaurant to open at the northwest corner of the parking lot of Marlton Plaza on Route 70. It will neighbor Cooper Urgent Care, at Route 70 and Old Orchard Road. Board member Anne Madden Tufano was the sole vote against the plan because, she said, she did not approve of a third sign, which will be over the entrance.

“We expect to open in the summer of 2021 if we receive all of our necessary approvals,” Robert J. Nasuti, general counsel of Summerwood Corp. of Conshohocken, told 70and73.com in an email message on Monday. Summerwood, which operates more than 100 restaurants including Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC, Burger King, and Long John Silver’s, applied to Cherry Hill as New Jersey Restaurants LLC.

Preliminary plans for the Taco Bell were approved May 4 by the board. “The (overall) site is old, it is tired,” said Haddonfield lawyer Damien Del Duca, who represented the applicant at the May meeting. “I think it’s a tremendous improvement,” said board chair John Osorio.

Michele Golkow, a board member and also a member of Township Council, said the Taco Bell will be a welcome addition to the corner of an underutilized parking lot and shopping center.

Since the May meeting, New Jersey Restaurants amended its proposal to include double-drive-through lanes rather than a single lane. Brian Cleary, an engineer with Pettit Group of Sewell and representing the applicant, told the board the restaurant company wants two drive-through lanes because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting increase in drive-through patronage. Several area fast-food restaurants, including Chick-fil-A, use double lanes.

Proposed purple and blue murals on the building were deemed signage by the board because they contained partial bells from the Taco Bell trademark. The applicant told the board it would withdraw plans for the murals.

The Taco Bell is expected to open at 7 a.m. for breakfast and the drive-through lanes will close at 2 a.m., the applicant’s representatives testified.

Neither Monday’s meeting nor the May meeting included any public comment on the Taco Bell proposal.

*Article courtesy of 70 and 73

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Trader Joe’s announces July 30 opening date in Cherry Hill

Trader Joe’s has announced a July 30 opening date for its new store here.

The 13,000-square-foot shop, at Haddonfield Road and Garden Park Boulevard, will be the grocery chain’s first outlet in Cherry Hill. It will be the 18th Trader Joe’s in New Jersey.

The store will operate from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Towne Place at Garden State Park shopping center.

Effective Friday, July 31, the first hour of the shopping day will be reserved for “senior customers and customers with disabilities who might need additional assistance,” the statement added.

It said the new store will feature “social distancing measures to keep both crew members and customers safe.”

Trader Joe’s is one of several retailers coming to the shopping center at the former site of Garden State Park racetrack.

Currently in the works are outlets for HomeGoods and TJMaxx, both owned by Massachusetts-based TJX Companies.

Stores are being built for Costco, Duluth Trading Co. and a retailer still to be identified at the other end of Garden Park Boulevard.

But the complex also has seen closings in recent months for Destination Maternity, Yankee Candle and Pier 1.

At least one restaurant, Zinburger, has said it will not reopen its outlet.

Artwork in the store will salute “local landmarks and attractions,” including the former Garden State Park racetrack and the long-departed Hawaiian Cottage.

A ceremonial ribbon-cutting will take place “moments before” the shop opens, Trader Joe’s said in a statement Wednesday.

’”The celebration will continue with music and giveaways,” it added.

Trader Joe’s, which offers a range of domestic and imported products, has more than 400 stores across the country.

*Article courtesy of Courier Post

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Wolf Commercial Real Estate also offers property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, warehouse properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail spaces and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for lease or sale through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

New CVS at Route 70 and Springdale Road gets Cherry Hill zoning board approval

A new CVS drive-through pharmacy will rise at the busy intersection of Route 70 and Springdale Road in Cherry Hill, replacing Morton & Rudolph jewelers and other buildings.

The Cherry Hill Zoning Board of Adjustment Thursday night voted unanimous approval for developer S&P Cherry Hill LLC’s preliminary and final site plans. A use variance for the project was approved by the board unanimously in September.

S&P proposed a more modern, enhanced CVS with peaked roofs rather than flat roofs and gray siding rather than standard brick.

Developer’s application to Cherry Hill Zoning Board of Adjustment

Board members and the board professionals focused mostly on traffic circulation through the CVS site. Board engineer Stacey Arcari noted at the pre-meeting caucus that this area on Route 70 tends to get congested, particularly during peak hours.

Driveways on Route 70 will be right in and right out only. The driveways on Springdale Road will be right in and right out although a left turn from Springdale would be permitted into CVS.

A left-hand turn from Springdale would work because traffic is heaviest on Springdale Road southbound rather than in the northbound lane, which is next to the planned CVS, said Nathan B. Mosley, a senior project manager at Shropshire Associates LLC, the Atco firm that prepared the traffic study for the developer.

The addresses include 1900 Route 70 East and 1803 and 1807 Springdale Road.

A proposal to expand a car dealership for Land Rover on Haddonfield Road was supposed to be heard but was postponed to the next meeting on June 18, which will begin with a caucus at 6 p.m. rather than the usual 7 p.m. starting time.

*Article courtesy of 70 and 73

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Cherry Hill board to consider Taco Bell for Route 70 site

A restaurant operator wants to build a Taco Bell here. The township planning board on Monday is to consider the proposed drive-thru eatery at a Route 70 shopping center.

The 2,753-square-foot restaurant, if approved, would rise in the parking lot of Marlton Plaza between Old Orchard Road and Split Rock Drive.

The project is proposed by an affiliate of Summerwood Corp., a suburban Philadelphia operator of fast-food restaurants. The company’s outlets also include Burger King, Pizza Hut, Long John Silver’s and KFC restaurants, according to its website.

The application describes the project, which would be adjacent to a Cooper Urgent Care Center on the eastbound highway, as “consistent with development along Route 70.”

It notes some 52,000 vehicles pass the site daily.

Much of the parking lot is currently unused at the 15-acre project, which was developed in the 1970s and once held a Clover discount store.

The shopping center, which is anchored by Planet Fitness, has more than 46,000 square feet of vacant space, the application says.

Representatives of Summerwood and the shopping center’s owner, Kimco Realty, could not be reached for comment.

The developer is seeking preliminary and final major site plan approval for the Taco Bell, which would be the chain’s second site in Cherry Hill.

A Taco Bell already operates on the 500 block of Haddonfield Road.

*Article courtesy of Courier Post

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Price Just Reduced on Cherry Hill Retail Space for Sale

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the leading Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm with expertise in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services is announcing a price reduction on now available Cherry Hill retail space for sale at 2 Kresson Road Cherry Hill NJ.

The asking sale price for this retail space in Cherry Hill at 2 Kresson Road Cherry Hill NJ is now $695,000. This Cherry Hill retail space for sale is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

This Cherry Hill retail space for sale contains +/- 5,200 square feet of retail space and this retail space in Cherry Hill is a free-standing building on a .39-acre lot. This well-located Cherry Hill retail space for sale offers storefront façade signage and is available for immediate occupancy. This retail space in Cherry Hill is a well-maintained property.

This retail space in Cherry Hill at 2 Kresson Road Cherry Hill NJ is close to both the Haddonfield and Cherry Hill business districts as well as I-295 and Route 70. This Cherry Hill retail space for sale is being offered through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

There is a .46-acre parking lot across the street from this retail space in Cherry Hill that is included in the transaction and more than 23,000 vehicles a day pass by this Cherry Hill retail space for sale. More than 303,000 residents live within five miles of this Cherry Hill retail space for sale and the average household income in the same five-mile radius of this retail space in Cherry Hill is $86,350.

For more information about this Cherry Hill retail space for sale at 2 Kresson Road Cherry Hill NJ, or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale, please contact Christopher Henderson (856-857-6337; chris.henderson@wolfcre.com) or Jason Wolf (856-857-6301; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.