Good news for all of you Honeygrow addicts out there – Honeygrow’s new Cherry Hill location opened today. The new location is at 1588 Kings Highway North in the Ellisburg shopping center.
The Philadelphia-based stir fry and salad chain is expanding throughout the tri-state area, with a Hoboken location opening up this summer and a location in Newark, Delaware opening at some point.
These three new spots join the already three established Honeygrow locations in Radnor, Bala Cynwyd and their original storefront in Center City. So it looks like the Honeygrow obsession will only continue to spread.
For Kate Galvez, PB3 has been more than a decade in the making. The idea of a multifaceted, holistic wellness center began as a thesis project back in 2004, when she studied interior architecture and design in college. She envisioned an all-in-one facility that incorporated yoga, meditation, fitness classes and more.
“It became a dream of mine to have a spa of my own,” she says.
After college, Galvez worked at a Philly architecture firm but became active in the local fitness community. Three years ago, she began working on a business plan that would bring her 2004 thesis to life. The result: PB3 — it stands for “Pure Body, Pure Bliss, Pure Balance” — which is set to open in Cherry Hill on April 11th. Read more »
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Moving out of this Italian-inspired estate in the Hunt Tract section of Cherry Hill is a little bittersweet for Riccardo Longo. His new restaurant/gelato and coffee bar, Gran Caffe L’Aquila at 1716 Chestnut Street, opened at the beginning of the year and Longo is looking to get back into the city. “Philadelphia was the first city I lived in when I emigrated to America as a child,” said Longo in an email. “Those early memories of South Philadelphia are very special. With my dream project now in Rittenhouse Square, the timing feels right to move back to the city that I love.”
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Starting in late-April the Philly Art Center will open a third location in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Located at 1721 Springdale Road in the new JFed Annex building, the new digs will feature “open studios with stainless steel art sinks, work space for miles, natural light streaming through oversized windows and Philly Art Center’s vibrant trademark colors. The open architecture will invite all to be inspired and allow parents to observe as their kids engage in the creative process.”
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Here’s your chance, people. A bona fide piece of architectural history has just hit the market.
Louis Kahn may have designed around two dozen houses in his day (Oh, and this and this and this), but only nine of these modern residences were ever built. While plaudits abound for The Esherick House or The Korman House, it’s The Clever House in Cherry Hill that’s available and could make for one hell of a restoration project. Being sold in “As-Is” condition, the house located at 417 Sherry Way in Cherry Hill is 1,694 square-feet of pure experimental modern that gives a new definition to cathedral ceilings.
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Cherry Hill Police today announced a drug bust where police seized 250 pounds of marijuana from a truck and a storage unit.
Police said narc cops uncovered suspicious deliveries to a storage unit in the town and proceeded to perform surveillance. Cops stopped Nelson Anderson after they observed him transferring boxes from the unit to his car. They called in the K-9 unit Mika (above, in one of the most ridiculous drug bust photo ops of all time), who returned a positive for drugs.
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Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing has set its grand opening for Saturday, October 11th. The brewery, founded by Jamie Queli, takes over the original Flying Fish Brewery location at 1940 Olney Avenue in Cherry Hill. David Bronstein is the head brewer. Bronstein joined the Forgotten Boardwalk team from Sly Fox Brewing Company in April.
The brewery features a whimsical setting, complete with skeeball machines, fun house mirrors, a boardwalk spin wheel and a 30 barrel brewing system. The tap room has eight tap handles which will have four Forgotten Boardwalk mainstay beers, plus four brewers’ choice beers, all of which are produced on premises.
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The McCormick and Schmick’s and adjacent William Douglas Steakhouse have closed at the Marketplace in Cherry Hill (Where the Wegmans is located). The restaurants are two of the fourteen eateries in the complex. The remaining restaurants range from Five Guys to the country’s largest Houlihan’s.
The Courier Post has the details on closures as well as how some restaurants in Cherry Hill share liquor licenses because they are so expensive.
Pair of Cherry Hill chain restaurants close [Courier Post]
Custom estates tend to highlight extremes. The budgets are big, the homes are big, and the decorating is grand. Customized luxury betrays an owner’s tastes in ways that can’t always be erased by deft staging or other realty sleight of hand. Sometimes the mix can be surprising.
There is a lot about this four-bedroom mansion to find swoon-worthy, for instance. Of note: the Joanne Hudson-designed gourmet kitchen. We adore the island, the built-ins and the interplay of the dark wood and the lighter marble. The estate also features a jaw-dropping tonnage of marble installed throughout the many bathrooms and the standard well-manicured landscaping. The master suite’s walk-in closets are closer to personal shopping boutiques and the fireplace is practically walk-in sized as well.
And then there are more curious details like pink shag carpeting, strangely unnecessary pillars, deeply purple walls and dungeon-style bedroom lighting.
Below, the divine and the curious.
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