Thursday, November 12, 2015

KoP Town Center gets healthy fast-casual chain

Kenneth Hilario, Reporter, Philadelphia Business Journal

Another restaurant tenant has been added to the King of Prussia Town Center's repertoire of culinary offerings.
Healthy fast-casual chain b.good has signed a lease for 2,400 square feet of space in the upcoming 400,000-square-foot Town Center by Chevy Chase, Md.-based developer JBGR Retail. The restaurant will have 50 seats.

b.good has locations along the East Coast, including Maine and South Jersey. The King of Prussia location is its 28th location and only its second location in the Philadelphia suburbs. (A location in Wynnewood, Pa., opened earlier this year.)
The King of Prussia Town Center outpost of b.good is under construction and will open in summer 2016.

b.good will join other dining tenants, including Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse's second Philadelphia outpost, Philadelphia-based honeygrow, Fogo de Chao, Old Town Pour House and Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar.

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JBGR told the Philadelphia Business Journal earlier that it's strategically choosing the type of restaurants coming to the town center. Senior Vice President of Development Tom Sebastian said they will help create "the downtown for Upper Merion," similar to what Center City has become for Philadelphia.

JBGR Retail broke ground on the King of Prussia Town Center in May and is being built in one phase. The entire project is about 50 percent built, Sebastian said.
The first tenant will open in early summer; the whole project will be up and rolling by the end of the summer, Sebastian said earlier. The town center is expected to have 35 to 40 tenants.
"We're really excited about the project," he said. "It's going to be well received by the community. We think it will be unique in the Philadelphia suburbs."
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