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How a New Super Wawa Likely Will Erase a Bit of Cherry Hill History

When Cherry Hill’s one-screen, 600-seat Community Theatre opened in a corner of the Barclay Farms Shopping Center in June 1963, moviegoers viewed “The Wrong Arm of the Law,” starring Peter Sellers.

That was 58 years ago, when John F. Kennedy was president and the town was booming with homebuilding. The name “Cherry Hill” was just 2 years old, changed by voters in a 1961 referendum to reflect the name of the new, elaborate mall that opened that year. The old name, Delaware Township, was retired.

As multi-screen theaters opened in the suburbs, The Community was sold and sold again. In 1983, the theater’s sloping floor was leveled and the movie seats removed to make way for the Silver Palace Show Hall & Pizza Place, similar to the Chuck E. Cheese model with robotic figures, games and pizza.

Today, a pet supplies store operates from the old Community theater building on the northwest corner of the shopping center.

And that former theater likely will be torn down in coming months to clear that part of the center’s parking lot for a new Super Wawa.

The 45,374-square-foot Barclay Pavilion office building in the southwest corner of the shopping center and a professional office in a house on West Gate Drive also would be razed to fit the super Wawa and accommodate a driveway connecting to the street that leads into the Barclay Farm neighborhood.

Barclay center owner Hortense Associates LP of Philadelphia submitted an application to the Planning Board in April for preliminary and final major site plan approvals and zoning variances to construct the Super Wawa, the concept of which has been discussed for a few years. The application probably will go before the board in the next three to six months.

To address traffic, Hortense Associates also plans to make major changes to the intersection of Route 70 and West Gate Drive, which leads into the Barclay neighborhood.

An ophthalmologist’s office in a house at 99 West Gate Drive would be torn down and an entrance and exit from the Wawa parking lot would be added, according to the application. The West Gate Drive driveway would be right-in and right-out only, according to the plans. The driveway on the eastbound lane of Route 70 would remain as right in and right out only.

A second phase to the project would add a new two-tenant, 12,499-square-foot retail building behind the Wawa in the area of the Barclay Pavilion now. A legacy Wawa convenience store on the other side of Route 70 would close.

*Article courtesy of 70and73

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Hotel, Expanded Retail Space Planned for Cherry Hill Towne Center at Garden State Park

The owner of the Cherry Hill Towne Center at Garden State Park in Cherry Hill plans to build a 140-room, five-story hotel on the site with a rooftop bar, according to a proposal before the Planning Board.

Plans for the hotel and expanded retail and restaurant space were filed last month by Cherry Hill Towne Center Partners LLC of Piscataway, which owns the 22-acre retail and residential center at Route 70 and Haddonfield Road. The rooftop bar would be 5,600 square feet, according to the application.

An Old Navy store would fill expanded retail space in the building that now houses DSW Shoes, Ulta and Barnes & Noble, according to the plans.

Branding information on the hotel and other stores and restaurants in the two-phase expansion was not disclosed in the filing, which goes before the board at its meeting on June 21.

*Article courtesy of 70and73

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Former Vitarelli’s Restaurant in Cherry Hill to be Torn Down and Replaced with a Liquor Store

Plans to demolish the now-closed Vitarelli’s Restaurant & Catering — a business with a 45-year history — and replace it with a liquor store were approved this week by the Cherry Hill Planning Board.

The board voted 6-0 for the resolution on Monday night, giving final approval to owner 1250 N. Kings Highway LLC to remove the building. The application lists Prakash Patel of Birch Street in Voorhees as the member/manager of the LLC.

Vitarelli’s was opened by Joseph and Mary Vitarelli as a takeout-only restaurant in 1975 on the site of a former delicatessen, according to a newspaper report in 1989. It added space for diners and was operated until February 2020 by David Vitarelli, the couple’s son. Cherry Hill Township records show the building was constructed around 1970.

Vitarelli’s entrance is on West Tampa Avenue. The property sits behind a BP gasoline station on Kings Highway and next to the Cherry Hill Library.

The resolution approved preliminary and final major site plans and bulk variances for the development. The current restaurant building is about 6,030 square feet and encroaches by about 500 square feet onto a neighboring residential lot. Under the developer’s plan, the new building will be 5,880 square feet, eliminating encroachment.

Traffic analysis by Nathan B. Mosley, an engineer with Shropshire Associates LLC of Atco, forecasts an additional 49 trips during the afternoon and evening peak hours (total 96 trips) and 21 during the Saturday midday peak hour (total 96 trips) compared with the previous use as a restaurant.

Business hours for the liquor stores will be 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays, according to the application.

*Article Courtesy of 70 and 73

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Proposal Calls for Liquor Store at Vitarelli’s Site in Cherry Hill

A Voorhees businessman wants to raze the building that held Vitarelli’s, a long-time presence on the 1200 block of North Kings Highway, according to a proposal before the township’s planning board.

The proposal is one of two conversion projects expected to go before the planning board at its May 17 meeting.

The township panel also will consider an application by Azura Surgery Center of Cherry Hill to occupy a vacant store on eastbound Route 70 near Conestoga Drive.

A 5,880-square-foot building at the Vitarelli’s site would be used for the sale of wine, liquor and beer, says an application from Prakesh Patel.

It says the site, which is accessible from West Tampa Avenue, would be upgraded “with new curbing, paving, sidewalks and lighting.” The plan also calls for an additional 2,000 square feet of green space at the property.

The business would operate from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, the application says.

The existing building was erected around 1970 to hold six shops. A deli at the site eventually expanded into Vitarelli’s, which closed in 2020.

Patel, who acquired the building for $500,000 in October 2020, could not be reached for immediate comment.

In a separate project, Azura would occupy a vacant building that previously held a Calico Corners fabric shop.

The facility would offer “vascular access procedures” for patients with end-stage renal disease, its application says.

It also would provide a range of “interventional radiology procedures.”

Azura currently has a Cherry Hill office on the 200 block of South Kings Highway.

A representative of the surgery center could not be reached for comment Monday.

*Article Courtesy of Courier Post

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Wild Fork Foods Coming to Cherry Hill

Wild Fork Foods Cherry Hill New Jersey

It was a weird site on Haddonfield Road last spring – brand new buildings housing a Trader Joe’s, Home Goods, and TJ Maxx being constructed in the shadow of a similarly styled Pier One, which was closing.  Pier One closed last spring and has been empty since then, but MarltonPike.com has learned that Wild Forks Foods will soon call it home!  The former Pier One will be subdivided, with Wild Fork Foods creating a store of 3,543 square feet.

What is Wild Fork Foods?

It doesn’t appear there really is a comparison to make here, as it appears that Wild Fork has a unique business model.  “We set out to transform the way we shop for and consume meat.  By controlling every step of the process from farm to fork we ensure you get the highest quality, biggest selection, and most consistent eating experience.”

Currently, there are only 8 Wild Fork locations – all in Florida. But the company specializes in ‘blast freezing’ meat, so consumers around the country can order frozen meat online to be delivered to their door.  What is ‘blast freezing’?  Blast freezing is a process of rapidly freezing meat, 10 times faster than the normal freezing process.  Typically, the slow process of freezing meat causes ice crystals to damage the cell walls of food, reducing the quality of meat.  With blast freezing, the rapid process does not allow large ice crystals to form, so when your meat defrosts, the quality of meat is much higher than your typical frozen meat.  At Wild Foods, they blast freeze at -40 degrees to maintain peak freshness.

And what a selection of meat Wild Fork offers!  While it has your typical cuts of beef, pork, chicken, and lamb, it also has specialty meats – alligator, ostrich, yak, duck, bison, elk, venison, veal, rabbit, goat, octopus, calamari…. The list goes on!

The typical store is lined with freezers on the outer walls, with additional freezer cases in the aisles.  It is not like a typical supermarket – you won’t find paper products, cat food, or vitamins – just meat and produce.

We will keep you updated as construction commences and let you know an opening date as soon as we find out!  Current schedules show construction is expected to start in late June, with completion in late September.

*Article Courtesy of MarltonPike

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Cherry Hill Porsche Dealership Seeks Planning Board Approval for Building Expansion

Cherry Hill Imports, the new car dealer whose Route 70 campus includes showrooms for Porsche, Volkswagen and Audi, wants to expand its Porsche building.

The applicant, M.B.J. Associates LLC, owns the 5.2-acre lot at 2261 Route 70 West and is a unit of Cherry Hill Imports. Besides the three dealerships, the family-owned company founded in 1978 also operates Mercedes-Benz of Cherry Hill and Land Rover and Jaguar dealers in Cherry Hill.

An application for preliminary and final site plan approvals and bulk variances is on the agenda for next Monday’s Cherry Hill Planning Board meeting, which begins at 7 p.m.

The plan, according to a review letter from the Township Department of Community Development, would:

  • Expand the Porsche showroom by 2,020 square feet.
  • Expand the Porsche service area on the side of the building by 1,153 square feet.
  • Expand the rear of the building, where the Volkswagen service area is located, by 1,066 square feet.

A 1,736-square-foot overhead canopy also would be installed toward the front, but on the side, of the Porsche showroom, according to the plans.

The Township Department of Community Development called for M.B.J. to discuss parking on the site during the board meeting. “Testimony shall be provided regarding any expected changes in trip generation and parking needs when comparing the existing site to the site under full build-out conditions,” the review letter stated.

In 1984, the dealership was granted permission for two additions, one 4,092 square feet and one 483 square feet, according to the review letter. In 1999, the former Chow Wagon Restaurant closed and in 2003 the Audi dealership opened, the review noted.

*Article Courtesy of 70and73

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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.

WCRE Represents D, Q & V in the Marketing and Sale of +/- 33,000 SF Landmark Property

1720 Marlton Pike East Cherry Hill NJ

WCRE is proud to have exclusively represented D, Q & V d/b/a Danzeisen and Quigley in the exclusive marketing and sale of this +/- 33,000 square foot landmark property situated on 24.14 acres at 1720 Marlton Pike East, Cherry Hill, NJ.

D&Q shut down their operation in 2019 after a successful run in Southern New Jersey for almost 60 years. D&Q’s Cherry Hill store was a landmark and premier supplier for many outdoor enthusiasts of skiing, cycling, snowboarding, tennis, golf, and rollerblading.

This premier property was purchased by High Place Church. The Buyer plans to make significant renovations to both the façade and interior of the property to accommodate their growing congregation.

Jason Wolf, Managing Principal, exclusively represented both the Buyer and Seller in this transaction.

*Article Courtesy of CityBiz

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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.

Tesla to Go Before Cherry Hill Planning Board with Plan to Add a Vehicle Inventory Lot

Tesla Cherry Hill New Jersey

Reflecting a continued need to store car inventories near dealer showrooms, Tesla Inc. has proposed to the Cherry Hill Planning board to add more than 100 parking spaces to its existing storage site on Old Cuthbert Road in Cherry Hill.

In the last year, the Land Rover and Jaguar dealership operating in Cherry Hill got zoning board permission to store vehicles on a lot on Haddonfield Road, and Cherry Hill Dodge received Planning Board approval to add to its lot at Route 70 and Chambers Avenue. Both plans came under fire by those who live in the Locustwood neighborhood next to the dealerships.

But the latest request — from Tesla for the dealership at 1605 Route 70 — is for property that doesn’t abut a large residential area. The 1840-50 Old Cuthbert Road site is bordered by Route 295 to the west and several commercial buildings, including the Cherry Hill Health & Racquet Club.

The Planning Board will consider Tesla’s application at its meeting on Monday at 7 p.m. The agenda and how to attend virtually are here. A detailed description of the plan is available here on the township site.

Tesla seeks site-plan and variance approvals for 106 parking spaces on the property to temporarily park and stage its vehicles. Between 25 and 50 cars a week would be delivered on car-carrier trucks, according to Tesla’s plan. At the end of every quarter, the number delivered weekly would rise to 50 to 100 vehicles.

The carmaker now stores about 150 vehicles in a 625,346-square-foot building on the 15-acre property, which is owned by 1660 Suckle Highway LLC of Hillside, Union County, according to the proposal. 

“This proposed location will significantly reduce the number of inventory and trade-in vehicles stored at the Route 70 location, which will improve the current operations at the retail and service facility,” Tesla states in its plan.

review of the plan by the township Department of Community Development acknowledges an annoying practice of car dealerships documented by neighbors in the Land Rover and Cherry Hill Dodge proposals.

“The applicant shall provide testimony regarding the process for locating vehicles on the property to ensure that car alarms are not being used as a means to locate vehicles,” the township review letter stipulates.

No trees would be removed from the wooded lot, the township review notes. In Cherry Hill, the removal of any more than three live trees requires Planning Board approval for any property owner, according to the township.

*Article Courtesy of 70 and 73

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Chipotle’s New Site in Cherry Hill Has Drive-Thru Lane for Digital Customers

This town has its second Chipotle Mexican Grill — and its first Chipotlane.

The new restaurant, which opened Thursday at Route 70 and Brace Road, is part of an ongoing expansion in South Jersey and elsewhere by the California-based chain.

It also reflects a growing preference for the Chipotlane —a drive-thru lane that allows customers to pick up digital orders without leaving their cars.

The lanes do not take conventional drive-thru orders.

Chipotle included the drive-thru lanes at 100 of the some 160 restaurants it opened last year. It ended 2020 with Chipotlanes at 170 of its more than 2,750 locations.

The Chipotlanes boost “customer access and convenience while also helping increase new restaurant sales, margins, and returns,” Chipotle said last month in announcing financial results for 2020.

The firm noted digital sales grew by almost 175 percent last year and accounted for 46.2 percent of all sales.

Chipotle posted annual sales of $6 billion, up by 7.1 percent from 2019. It said net income climbed more than 5 percent to $355.8 million.

The chain expects to open about 200 restaurants this year. Each location typically employs about 25 workers, the company says.

Chipotle’s “mission” is to make the firm’s food “more accessible to everyone,” said Erin Wolford, the firm’s senior director of external communications.

“We’re thrilled to open another location in Cherry Hill,” she said.

Chipotle also has an outlet on the 800 block of Haddonfield Road in Cherry Hill, about two miles from its new location.

Elsewhere in South Jersey, the chain plans restaurants — each with Chipotlanes — in Bellmawr, Glassboro and Gloucester Township.

A Chipotle is expected to open in late spring at Collegetown Shopping Center, a retail complex in the midst of a redevelopment effort on Delsea Drive in Glassboro.

Gloucester Township’s zoning board in January approved a proposed Chipotle at the former site of a Denny’s Restaurant on the 1400 block of Blackwood-Clementon Road.

The proposed restaurant would occupy about 2,280 square feet in a planned 5,640-square-foot building.

The rest of the building is intended for retail use, according to information submitted to the zoning board.

And Bellmawr’s planning board in November approved a proposed 2,300-square-foot Chipotle on the Black Horse Pike near Browning Road.

Both the Gloucester Township and Bellmawr restaurants are expected to open later this year.

*Article Courtesy of Courier Post Online

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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.

Rising From the Ashes: Short Hills Shops Owner Proposes Rebuild in Cherry Hill

The owner of the Short Hills Town Center in Cherry Hill plans two new retail/office buildings where several shops were destroyed by fire in March last year.

Parking for the new development on Evesham Road would include spaces at the site of the former Tír na NÓg restaurant, which was demolished last year. The restaurant was in the Short Hills farmhouse, which was more than 100 years old.

A Starbucks restaurant, which was in the building destroyed by fire, would anchor the proposed retail building. The Starbucks would have a drive-up window, which the former one did not, according to plans filed with the Cherry Hill Zoning Board of Adjustment by owner Town Center at Short Hills Cherry Hill LLC of Old Bridge, Middlesex County.

The proposal is scheduled to go before the zoning board on March 18, although possible site plan changes could delay the presentation, according to the township.

Short Hills’ plans call for:

  • A 10,560-square-foot retail building that includes a 2,241-square-foot Starbucks with a dining patio. Plans show another tenant occupying 2,275 square feet and four tenants occupying the remainder of the space. Starbucks is the only named tenant in the plans. A restaurant might occupy the second large space, according to the plans.
  • A 7,875-square-foot office/retail building with about equal space divided between two tenants. Plans indicate a doctor’s or dentist’s office could occupy the building.

Shops in the former building, which included Starbucks and the Classic Cake bakery, faced Evesham Road to the south. The new shops would face east, fronting a parking lot, according to the plans. Starbucks and its drive-through lanes would face Evesham Road.

The owner also proposes right-turn entrance and right-turn exit driveways into the shopping area. The site now has only a right-turn-out exit. The shops and offices also can be accessed from Short Hills Drive.

70and73.com reported last July that the cause of the fire was “undetermined,” according to a report from Cherry Hill Chief Fire Marshal Thomas Shemeley.

However, a joint investigation by insurance investigators and others representing parties in the fire insurance claim determined that, at the time of the fire, a developer was adding a new transformer and during a switchover from the old transformer the conductors for part of the plaza were cross connected with the new transformer, energizing the neutral leg of the wiring system when power was restored, according to Shemeley’s report.

“When the power was transferred over…it appears there was almost an immediate fire,” Cherry Hill Fire Chief Chris Callan told 70and73.com in July.

*Article Courtesy of 70and73.com

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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.