A Super Wawa or similar project that combines gasoline stations with food preparation stores probably will never be built in Cherry Hill again, according to a new ordinance that late last year amended the Township’s zoning code. Even building a new gasoline station could be a stretch in the Township because of the new zoning… Read more »
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Barclay Pavilion Office Building is Being Demolished
Construction excavators were taking deep bites into the roof of the Barclay Pavilion office building on Route 70 in Cherry Hill on Thursday, wiping away a 52-year-old structure that had been part of the suburban expansion of the time. The 45,374-square-foot pavilion, vacant for some time, in the Barclay Farm Shopping Center is part of… Read more »
Cherry Hill Council president to DOT: Say ‘no’ to Wawa removal of roadway islands.
A letter officially objecting to the planned removal of two landscaped neighborhood roadway islands in Cherry Hill off Route 70 to make way for a Super Wawa was sent in mid-August to the state Department of Transportation by Township Council President David Fleisher. The letter went out about a month before the Council separately adopted a… Read more »
Barclay Farm Wawa: Shopping center owner says deed restrictions are not relevant to proposal.
The lawyer for the owner of Barclay Farm Shopping Center in Cherry Hill contends a 65-year-old deed for the property cannot be considered by the Planning Board in its review of an application to build a Super Wawa on the site. Neighborhood opponents of the Super Wawa say a provision in the deed and supporting… 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 »