Posts Tagged: Cherry Hill

NYC-Based Dumpling Restaurant Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao to Open in Towne Place at Garden State Park

Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao

NYC-based, Michelin-recommended Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao will be opening a location in the Towne Place Shopping Center at Garden State Park in Cherry Hill. According to the store directory of the commercial property owned by The Edgewood Properties, the renowned soup dumpling restaurant will be opening between Brio Italian Grille and Verizon, where Destination Maternity once occupied…. Read more »

WCRE Announces Retail Sale in Cherry Hill, NJ

WCRE is proud to have exclusively represented 1506 H Berlin, LLC in the acquisition of 1506 Haddonfield Berlin Road in Cherry Hill, New Jersey from TD Bank NA. 1506 Haddonfield Berlin Road is an approximately 4,000 square foot retail/office building situated on .96 acres between the Voorhees Towe Center and Woodcrest Shopping Center. 1506 H Berlin, LLC plans to redevelop the former TD… Read more »

Amici Italian restaurant moves into historic Cherry Hill farmhouse

Chef-owner Alex A. Daku has a new home for his beloved Italian restaurant in the historic Cherry Hill farmhouse where many favorite South Jersey restaurants have left their mark. The 1859 Colonial farmhouse has been home to favorites like the former Denim BYOB, which got its start at the farmhouse. It also briefly housed The… Read more »

Towne Place at Garden State Park in Cherry Hill continues to grow, despite pandemic

Since the early 2000s, Cherry Hill’s bustling complex Towne Place at Garden State Park has grown and evolved in the former Garden State Park racetrack and nothing, not even the pandemic, has stopped the ongoing project. M&M Realty Partners envisioned a shopping center and residential development in the former racetrack site. The racetrack closed in 2001… Read more »

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… Read more »