Monday, April 10, 2017

Custom doughnut shop & burger joint coming to KOP Town Center

Kenneth Hilario Reporter Philadelphia Business Journal

Upper Merion residents and visitors can add customizable doughnuts and chargrilled burgers to the King of Prussia Town Center's growing list of food-and-beverage operators.

The King of Prussia Town Center, developed by Maryland-based JBG Cos., has continued to add more eateries to its roster over the past few months since the first restaurant opened in summer 2016.

Most recently, JBG Cos. signed on three food-and-beverage tenants like California-based MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company.

Two more tenants have signed on to open up Philadelphia-area outposts: Duck Donuts and The Habit Burger Grill.

Duck Donuts is slated to open in July, and Habit Burger is slated to open in October. The Town Center is now 86 percent leased with these additions.

Duck Donuts, which originated in the Outer Banks and is named after Duck, N.C., is known for its made-to-order doughnuts that include 11 coating choices, seven topping choices and four drizzle choices.

Duck Donuts will open three more Pennsylvania locations this year alongside the 1,500-square-foot Town Center outpost, including one in Hershey that's slated to open in May.

The Town Center location is expected to create 25-40 new jobs in Montgomery County.

“King of Prussia is located only 1.5 hours from our corporate headquarters in Mechanicsburg and is home to many of our doughnut fans that vacation in the Shore points near our Avalon store,” said Russ DiGilio, founder and owner of Duck Donuts Franchising Company.
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