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New Genesis of Cherry Hill Car Dealership Building Approved by Evesham Zoning Board

A new, two-story Genesis of Cherry Hill car dealership on Route 73 near Brick Road was approved Monday night by the Evesham Zoning Board of Adjustment.

The dealership showroom, office and administration building on 5.74 acres of land, with Elkins Chevrolet to the north and Wawa to the south, will be operated by Burns Buick GMC Inc. of Marlton. The existing building at the front of the 451 Route 73 South property will be demolished. The property owner is TDT Realty LLC of 4 Mosswood Drive in Voorhees.

Despite the Cherry Hill name on the dealership, it will be located in neighboring Evesham.

Board members voted 6-0 in favor of the preliminary and major site plans and zoning variances for the conditional-use project. An existing building at the back of the lot will be retained for an internal car wash, detail area, service bay and parts storage, according to the application.

A Lenihan Jeep dealership formerly operated from the site.

Board member Patrick Carragher said the Genesis dealership and other new developments on Routes 73 and 70 should install sidewalks. Sidewalks are not planned for the Genesis development.

Sandy Student, board chair, said he was pleased to see Burns Buick GMC’s planned improvements for the property.

No members of the public commented at the meeting.

Genesis was created in 2015 as Hyundai’s luxury brand, according to Car and Driver magazine. The vehicles range from a $37,525 starting price for the G70 to a $72,950 starting price for the G90, according to the Genesis website. The Genesis SUV models, the GV70 and GV80, start at $41,000 and $48,900 respectively.

 

*Article Courtesy of 70and73

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Beloved eatery The Chicken or the Egg opening 2nd N.J. location, report says

The renowned Jersey Shore restaurant The Chicken or the Egg on Long Beach Island appears to be opening a second location in South Jersey, according to a report on Philly Voice.

The restaurant will be located on Route 70 in Marlton, at the site of a shuttered Kmart in Renaissance Square.

The Chicken or the Egg, commonly referred to as “Chegg” by locals, is known for its wings, sandwiches, breakfast and brunch menu. During the summer, the eatery is open 24 hours.

The Philly Voice report said Evesham Township planning documents show renderings featuring The Chicken or the Egg signage with outdoor seating.

Earlier this week, a local Facebook page called A View From Evesham posted that the town’s Planning Board was meeting Thursday to review a proposal. The Facebook post said in an update the board voted unanimously to approve, but that has yet to be confirmed by the town, according to Philly Voice.

The original shore spot first opened in 1991 and is located at 207 North Bay Ave. in Beach Haven.

*Article Courtesy of NJ.com

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Panda Express Restaurant on Route 73 in Evesham Approved, Even with Traffic Worries

Despite concerns about two adjacent restaurants with drive-through lanes, the Evesham Zoning Board of Adjustment on Monday night approved a new Panda Express restaurant at the far end of the Target parking lot on Route 73.

The board voted 5-2 in favor of variances and site plans for the restaurant. At least five “yes” votes were needed. Michael Thompson, Rochelle Thomas, Patrick Carragher, Curtis Fox and Ryan Paetzold all voted in favor. Voting against were Chair Sandy Student and Robert Osno.

But some looked askance at having two drive-through lanes on neighboring sites. The other is a PDQ chicken restaurant now under construction.

“I know in our town or in adjacent communities of no other small parcel less than two acres that has two drive-throughs immediately adjacent to each other,” Student said during the deliberation.

Student asked Panda representatives if its estimate of average drive-through waiting time of 3½ minutes was pre- or post-pandemic. The company representatives did not know.

The board chairman said estimates now suggest drive-through wait times at Kentucky Fried Chicken to be five minutes and more than eight minutes at Chick-fil-A. He said the pandemic has meant that 70% of McDonald’s business is drive-through.

“The worst complaints from residents in our community is traffic and this stretch of 73 from Evesham Road south is probably the worst stretch in town,” Student said.

Stacey Arcari, the zoning board’s traffic engineer, said her “biggest concern” was the two-way drive aisle for parking as well as feeding the drive-through lane. She had recommended in her review letter that the aisle be reduced to one way from two way. Arcari works at Environmental Resolutions Inc. of Mount Laurel.

“I think if people are in any way paying attention when they’re driving around or in a drive-through, they will realize that most drive-throughs overflow their drive-through lane,” Arcari told the board. “We’re trying to alleviate any issues that may arise.”

Larry Calli, a Morris County lawyer representing Panda, said the applicant would agree to change the two-way aisle to one-way to address the board’s concerns about traffic flow.

Panda’s drive-through line would be able to hold nine vehicles and statistical modeling suggested the typical number of vehicles waiting would be seven, company representatives said, based on a 3½-minute average wait.

Calli told the board that a previous zoning board approval for the site was to be a 3,800-square-foot, 156-seat First Watch, a brunch and lunch restaurant chain. The First Watch would not have had a drive-through.

“They’re not coming here,” Calli said, adding that First Watch no longer believes the plan is viable for one of its restaurants.

No members of the public commented on the plan at the meeting.

The Panda Express would be 2,425 square feet with business split among dine-in (50%), drive-through (30%) and take-out orders made through the company’s app (20%), Calli said.

Family-owned Panda Restaurant Group Inc. — founded in 1983 and based in Glendale, California — operates Panda Express, Panda Inn and Hibachi-San. The company was co-founded by husband and wife Andrew anPeggy Cherng and each today is a co-CEO. The company has more than 2,100 stores and $3 billion in annual sales, according to its website.

The Evesham application was from CFT NV Developments LLC, a Las Vegas development company owned by the Cherng’s.

Company representatives told the zoning board that Andrew Cherng personally approves all restaurant site plans. Panda Express’ most popular menu item is its Original Orange Chicken, board members were told. Other Panda Express locations in the area include White Horse Road in Voorhees and Route 38 and Cuthbert Boulevard in Cherry Hill.

The restaurant now being built is a PDQ chicken restaurant. The name stands for People Dedicated to Quality, according to PDQ’s website. The chain opened its first store in 2011 in Tampa, Florida. Other PDQ locations in the area include Haddonfield Road in Cherry Hill and Cross Keys Road in Winslow.

*Article courtesy of 70 and 73

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Evesham Planning Board endorses a vision plan for downtown Marlton.

When a vision for Evesham’s downtown Marlton section is discussed, the conversation often doesn’t go far before the subject of the 7-Eleven convenience store comes up.

The store — built about 50 years ago and owned by the Dallas-based store chain — sits on a three-quarter-acre lot at North Maple Avenue and East Main Street in the heart of downtown and is valued at $502,100, according to tax records.

“There’s opportunity to create a public space. We don’t know where exactly,” planner Chris Cosenza of LRK Inc. of Center City Philadelphia told the township Planning Board Thursday night when he explained a new vision plan for downtown Marlton. “7-Eleven makes sense, but we certainly don’t want to be in a position to have to be there. We want to be flexible.” 

Cosenza’s firm researched and wrote the “Evesham Township Downtown Vision Plan,” a 60-page document offering ways that downtown might be improved and upgraded to add more parking, sidewalk restaurants and easier access to pedestrians and bicyclists. One basis for the plan was a public meeting of residents in 2009 where many pointed out the Maple and Main intersection as a problem, with some singling out the 7-Eleven.

Planning Board members listened to Cosenza’s presentation and voted 9-0 to adopt the recommendations in the report. Board chair Alicia Marrone said “it’s really a wonderful guiding document.”

Only three members of the public spoke at Thursday’s hearing and each was a member of town government. Ila Vassallo and Janet Rolnick, members of the Environmental Commission, discussed the green recommendations in the report. Sandy Student, a member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, praised the report, saying “this is the way for us to go forward.”

Cosenza noted the goal of the vision is to make Marlton Village “more vibrant, with civic gathering places and an inviting mix of shops, restaurants and services along a more pedestrian-friendly streetscape.”

Developing the downtown has lacked a “coordinated effort,” he said, largely because it is composed of small lots with many owners. It’s far more difficult to develop than a highway corridor with large parcels under one ownership, he said.

The downtown area has been designated by the township as an “area in need of redevelopment,” which can come with tax breaks for owners who improve their properties. But the “ad hoc” approach alone isn’t enough for an over-arching vision plan, Cosenza explained.

Cosenza cited the limited pool of public parking and how some areas within downtown now have little connectivity. He said that while the township periodically sponsors large events on Main Street, there is no public gathering place that could host events all of the time.

Resident wishes in the vision included a downtown library, community center and arts district, more sidewalks and crosswalks and more eating places. A beer garden got the most votes, he said.

A lack of parking often comes up as an issue in the downtown area. The township’s zoning board at its January 25 meeting will consider a sign company’s plan to build large monument signs on Route 73 and also construct a parking lot downtown.

Cosenza also recommended consideration of a pedestrian bridge over Route 73. When the Marlton Circle was eliminated in 2011 it improved traffic, he noted, but he added that “in a way, (the circle) was a landmark for the community, it was sort of an entry to Main Street and Old Marlton Pike. Once that went away with the overpass you might find yourself driving over and completely skipping the town, which is unfortunate.”

The state Department of Transportation rejected the idea of a pedestrian tunnel under Route 73 when the circle was eliminated, Cosenza said. A pedestrian bridge could connect the two sides of Marlton again, from Main Street to Old Marlton Pike.

“Obviously, if it’s not done right, it would actually create a negative impact to the community,” Cosenza said. “So the concept of the pedestrian bridge is to really circle back from the original plan, which was the need to create some sort of connection.”

After Cosenza’s presentation, the board had little discussion before voting in favor of accepting the recommendations.

Board member Jay Levenson said he was concerned about the brick sidewalks — desirable because they allow water to flow through — in the plan. He said the current brick sidewalks downtown are a “disaster” and the “bricks are constantly shifting out of place,” making the walks a danger to pedestrians.

*Article courtesy of 70 and 73

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The First South Jersey Teriyaki Madness Opens in Marlton for the New Year

A new restaurant in Marlton is serving up bowls of teriyaki with fresh ingredients.

Originating in Seattle, Washington, and now headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Teriyaki Madness has about 100 franchise locations nationwide.

In New Jersey, there is a location in Newark; a Teriyaki Madness is also slated to come to Philadelphia.

The latest to join the list is in Marlton, at 101 Route 73 South in the Marlton Crossing shopping center.

The fast casual restaurant opened on Dec. 29 and 30 with lines of socially distant customers waiting outside the building to try the new place out.

Owner Bola Abiola opened the restaurant in Marlton because she knew the space needed to be in a good location. Having previously worked in the same area, she knew the Marlton well, she said.

“This just seemed like the perfect store for me,” Abiola said.

Teriyaki Madness has a build-your-own bowl concept. Bowls come with veggies and a choice of a protein and base. Proteins include chicken teriyaki, chicken katsu, steak, salmon, orange chicken and tofu. Bases include white, fried or brown rice or noodles.

Guests can customize bowls to fit their needs. Everything is made-to-order, with fresh, high-quality ingredients, the owner says.

The restaurant had been in the works since March 2019. Abiola had planned to open earlier in the year, but the pandemic delayed the opening, she said.

“We just went along with it like people still got to eat [whether] it’s a pandemic or not,” Abiola said. “But more so, it’s a pandemic and you’re home — a lot of people are working from home now — and they just want something new. So it’s been great.”

Abiola assures her customers that the restaurant is taking COVID guidelines seriously. Masks are required. Six-feet distance is enforced. Employees are required to answer questions about symptoms and have their temperatures taken when they come in. Tables and chairs are wiped every 15 minutes, she said.

Takeout, curbside pickup and delivery are available, as well as indoor seating.

Having established the first Teriyaki Madness in the area, Abiola plans to expand and open more locations in South Jersey in the next year or so.

“The plan is of course to open more so it becomes a household name, that everyone knows what Teriyaki Madness is,” Abiola said.

*Article courtesy of Courier Post

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Marlton Retail Space for Lease at The Shoppes and Offices at Renaissance Square

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Marlton commercial real estate broker with expertise in Marlton commercial real estate listings and services, now has available Marlton retail space for lease at The Shoppes and Offices at Renaissance Square Marlton NJ.

This Marlton retail space for lease at The Shoppes and Offices at Renaissance Square Marlton NJ has between 992 sf and 6,387 sf of Marlton retail space for lease as well as between 10,779 sf and 39,720 sf. This retail space in Marlton is home to two full-service, sit-down restaurants. Individuals or corporations interesting in this Marlton retail space for lease will be joining Virtua health care system and Evesham Mortgage as fellow tenants.

Please call for more information on the lease price for this retail space in Marlton. There are both anchor and in-line locations available at this Marlton retail space for lease. This Marlton retail space for lease is being offered for immediate occupancy by Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Marlton commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Marlton commercial real estate listings and services.

There is ample parking at this Marlton retail space for lease and this Marlton retail space for lease is located on Route 70 and offers convenient access to both Route 73 and I-295. Leasing opportunities for this retail space in Marlton are now available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Marlton commercial real estate broker with expertise in Marlton commercial real estate listings and services.

This Marlton retail space for lease has new pylon and monument signage and there are 338 new luxury rental apartment units under construction adjacent to this Marlton retail space for lease. Join the multiple long-standing tenants at this Marlton retail space for lease. In addition, this retail space for lease in Marlton is fronted on Route 70 by an open space environment with new jogging paths, walkways, and a pond.

For more information about this Marlton retail space for lease at The Shoppes and Offices at Renaissance Square Marlton NJ, or about any other Marlton commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Jason M. Wolf (856-857-6301; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) or Christopher R. Henderson (856-857-6337: chris.henderson@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Marlton commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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

Premier Marlton Retail Space for Lease at The Shoppes and Offices at Renaissance Square

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Marlton commercial real estate broker with expertise in Marlton commercial real estate listings and services, now has available premier Marlton retail space for lease at The Shoppes and Offices at Renaissance Square Marlton NJ.

This Marlton retail space for lease at The Shoppes and Offices at Renaissance Square Marlton NJ has up to +/- 6,387 square feet of Marlton retail space for lease. This retail space in Marlton is home to two full-service, sit-down restaurants. Individuals or corporations interesting in this Marlton retail space for lease will be joining Virtua health care system and Evesham Mortgage as fellow tenants.

Please call for more information on the lease price for this retail space in Marlton and this Marlton retail space for lease has both anchor and in-line spaces available. This Marlton retail space for lease is being offered for immediate occupancy by Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Marlton commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Marlton commercial real estate listings and services.

There is ample parking around all four sides of this Marlton retail space for lease and this Marlton retail space for lease is located on Route 70 and offers convenient access to both Route 73 and I-295. Leasing opportunities for this retail space in Marlton are now available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Marlton commercial real estate broker with expertise in Marlton commercial real estate listings and services.

This Marlton retail space for lease has new pylon and monument signage and there are 338 new luxury rental apartment units under construction adjacent to this Marlton retail space for lease. Join the multiple long-standing tenants at this Marlton retail space for lease. In addition, this retail space for lease in Marlton is fronted on Route 70 by an open space environment with new jogging paths, walkways, and a pond.

For more information about this Marlton retail space for lease at The Shoppes and Offices at Renaissance Square Marlton NJ, or about any other Marlton commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Jason M. Wolf (856-857-6301; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) or Christopher R. Henderson (856-857-6337: chris.henderson@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Marlton commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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

Big Retailers Shrink Stores to Boost Sales

Plans by fast-food chain Taco Bell to open 300 new small-format restaurants across the country in the next four years are the latest being undertaken by a slew of major national brands experimenting with smaller stores to cut real estate costs and cater to urban millennials.

Taco Bell, Nike, Target, and Nordstrom are just a handful of major brands looking to increase market share in the national and Philadelphia commercial real estate market – and, at the same time, wring out more dollars per square foot of space in expensive urban markets – by opening smaller brick-and-mortar stores.

This report involving U.S. and Philadelphia commercial properties is being made through Philadelphia commercial real estate broker Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

The decision reflects a rapidly evolving retail environment in the U.S. commercial real estate market – including Philly office space, Philly retail space and Philly industrial space – that is forcing retailers nationwide to reevaluate their real estate footprints. That scramble for space offers property owners and developers new opportunities to reconfigure properties and reshape their tenant mix.

“It’s not much different from what a lot of office users are doing right now,” said one industry expert. “Everyone is trying to be smarter with their space and realize the savings that comes from that.”

Sales at small-format stores among all national and Philadelphia commercial real estate properties outgrew those at larger stores by almost 400 percent in 2016 and now constitute more than a $1 trillion market, according to a 2018 report by Koupon Media. It added that 51 percent of millennials – those between the ages of 22 and 37 — say a store’s location is the top factor in a purchase decision.

In other words, the success of small-format stores also relies on convenience.

That’s a driver behind fast-food purveyor Taco Bell’s plan to open – in the next five years – 125 mostly small-format restaurants in New York City, instead of utilizing any other available U.S. and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings. The company said it was under-developed in New York and wanted to tap into the city’s thriving urban market.

The Irvine, California-based company’s small-format restaurants — called Urban In-Line and Cantina — are tailored for “highly walkable areas” and have no drive-through windows. The smallest are just 1,200 square feet. The company plans to open 1,000 new restaurants across the U.S. commercial real estate market – including Philly office space, Philly retail space and Philly industrial space – in the next four years. Thirty percent will be smaller-format concepts.

Many companies opening smaller stores are using technology to capture customer data and personalize the shopping experience.

Nike this year unveiled Nike Live in Los Angeles, a small-format, 4,600-square-foot store that coincides with the release of the Nike app designed to gather customer information and which allows shoppers to reserve items online, scan barcodes for product information, and book personal appointments with in-store experts.

Nordstrom last year launched Nordstrom Local, a 3,000-square-foot store in Los Angeles’ tony Melrose neighborhood with no inventory. Shoppers can pick up items there and even order a drink. It plans to open more.

Target is opening small format stores with an average store size of 50,000 square feet, compared to 170,000 square feet in its larger store, by utilizing both national and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings in urban areas across the country.

The small-store trend “shows no signs of slowing, which will inevitably lead to continued growth of small format in 2018 and beyond,” the Koupon report said.

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As experts in Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, the team at our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm provides ongoing detailed information about Philadelphia commercial properties to our clients and prospects to help them achieve their real estate goals.  If you are looking for Philly office space, Philly retail space or Philly industrial space for sale or lease, Wolf Commercial Real Estate is the Philadelphia commercial real estate broker you need — a strategic partner who is fully invested in your long-term growth and success.

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Premier Marlton Retail Space for Lease in the Marlton Greene Shopping Center

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Marlton commercial real estate brokerage firm with expertise in Marlton commercial real estate listings and services, now has available premier Marlton retail space for lease in the Marlton Greene Shopping Center at 36 West Route 70 Marlton NJ.

This well-located Marlton retail space for lease is in a heavy-traffic shopping center and interested parties will find Canal’s Liquors and Asian Market in this retail space in Marlton NJ. The Promenade shopping center is just minutes away from this retail space for lease in Marlton NJ in the Marlton Greene Shopping Center at 36 West Route 70 Marlton NJ.

There are from +/- 1,500 and 3,400 square feet of divisible retail space in Marlton NJ available in this shopping center. The asking lease rate for this retail space in Marlton NJ is $14.00 sf/ NNN and this retail space for lease in Marlton NJ is available for immediate occupancy.

This retail space in Marlton NJ in the Marlton Greene Shopping Center at 36 West Route 70 Marlton NJ is at conveniently located between Route 70 and Main Street in Marlton. In addition, this Marlton retail space for lease is adjacent to Starbucks Coffee, Victoria’s Secret, and Pottery Barn.

Parking is ample at this Marlton retail space for lease and there is store signage available at this retail space in Marlton NJ. Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Marlton commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Marlton commercial real estate listings and services is offering this retail space for lease in Marlton NJ.

For more information about this Marlton retail space for lease in the Marlton Greene Shopping Center at 36 West Route 70 Marlton NJ or about any other Marlton commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Jason Wolf (856-857-6301; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Marlton commercial real estate broker.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate is the foremost Marlton commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Marlton commercial real estate listings and services, marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Marlton commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.  Please visit our websites for a full listing of Marlton commercial properties for lease or sale through our Marlton commercial real estate brokerage firm.