Tuesday, October 1, 2019

More Than 200,000 SF of New Retailers Coming to Plymouth Meeting Mall

by John Jordan Globest.com
The redevelopment and re-merchandising of the Plymouth Meeting Mall is definitely taking shape. PREIT reports there are more than 200,000 square feet of new retail, dining and experiential concepts that will be opening in the near future at its property here.

Dick’s Sporting Goods and Burlington opened new locations at the shopping center in late September. These new storefronts drove increases in shopper traffic within the mall by more than 40% during the opening weekend, PREIT reports. Miller’s Ale House is scheduled to open at the mall this week and will be followed by Edge Fitness this fall and Michael’s, coming in 2020.
Also, health-wellness-related tenants Red Rose Spa (recently opened), Sola Salon and Restore Hyperwellness & Cryotherapy are being added to the mall’s tenant mix. Complementing other health staples at Plymouth Meeting Mall, the mall has created a hub for health, wellness, nutrition, and recovery.

“Plymouth Meeting Mall sets the standard for the new era of mall experiences that are sweeping the industry. Having integrated entertainment, dining, grocery and fitness segment within our portfolio, we’re driving new customers to the mall regularly,” says PREIT CEO Joseph F. Coradino. “Our proactive and strategic re-merchandising efforts, including the redevelopment of the mall’s anchor space, along with our drive to create a diverse tenant mix, are crucial ingredients to elevating the consumer experience and providing local shoppers with more reasons to visit the mall.”
Among the property’s main tenants include: LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Whole Foods, Dave & Buster’s, a renovated AMC Movie Theatre and Cyclebar, an indoor cycling studio. The property also features five existing sit-down restaurants in addition to quick serve food options, and a Build-a-Bear kiosk, one of the brand’s first kiosk deployments in the country. Currently, nearly half of the property’s space is dedicated to dining and entertainment uses.

PREIT’s redevelopment at the Plymouth Meeting Mall comes as the firm made national headlines with the highly-anticipated opening of Fashion District Philadelphia last month. The firm is also nearing completion of the redevelopment at Woodland Mall in Grand Rapids, MI.


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