Thursday, September 3, 2015

Honeygrow signs on to King of Prussia Town Center

Natalie Kostelni
Reporter- Philadelphia Business

Honeygrow, a popular fast-casual restaurant, has signed a lease at the King of Prussia Town Center.
The Philadelphia restaurant will occupy 2,400 square feet and will add to its other suburban outposts in Radnor, Pa., Bala Cynwyd, Pa., and Cherry Hill, N.J.

“We are excited about honeygrow joining the King of Prussia Town Center because it fits perfectly into our collection of high-quality national and local eateries,” said Tom Sebastian, senior vice president of development at JBGR Retail, which is developing the 260,000-square-foot retail center in King of Prussia, Pa.
More than 70 percent of the Town Center's space has been committed by tenants. Those who have signed on so far include Nordstrom Rack, REI, LA Fitness, Paladar, Old Town Pour House, Road Runner, Fogo De Chao, PNC Bank, Ulta Beauty and Hair Cuttery.

In June, honeygrow disclosed that it had secured $25 million to help fund its growth and add to its management.
It was founded in 2012, and has plans to open eateries in Hoboken, N.J., Wilmington, Del., Newark, Del., and on the University of Pennsylvania campus this year.
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