Over the past year, the Hamilton Crossings has welcomed a slew of new eateries — from fast-casual finds such as CoreLife Eatery and Smashburger to full-service restaurants such as Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza and BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse.
Now, the Lower Macungie Township shopping center is preparing to become even more of a foodie’s paradise with the construction of another such dining destination: Outback Steakhouse. [Read Full Article]
Cradles to Crayons of Philadelphia announced that Holy Cross Regional Catholic School is the winner of the Battle of the Schools #MetroplexMayDay Challenge. Holy Cross will be awarded a grant of $1,250 and an official Challenge trophy.
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LOWER MACUNGIE TOWNSHIP — The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce held a walking tour Wednesday of the Hamilton Crossings shopping center. The Chamber’s Meghan Reed, who is Emmaus Main Street manager and assistant vice president of the East Penn and Western Lehigh Chambers, said about 80 people attended.
Hamilton Crossings, in Lower Macungie Township, which officially opened Nov. 18, is on Krocks Road between the Route 222 bypass and Hamilton Boulevard, features a Target, Dick’s Sporting Goods and the Lehigh Valley’s first Costco Wholesale and Whole Foods Market, among some 30 retailers. The first stores opened July 2016. [Read Full Article]
Community members, elected officials, health care vendors and others gathered on June 3 at the ParkWest Town Center, 52nd and Jefferson streets, to commemorate a milestone for West Philadelphia’s largest retail center.
Its 10th annual festival offered participants food truck vendors, live performances, health screenings, a live radio broadcast and children’s activities. The commemoration also had Mya Brown and Jaylin Muse, both seniors at Parkway West High School, each being awarded a $2,500 scholarship for their commitment to improving the West Philadelphia community. [Read More]
Burlington Stores, a leading national off-price retailer, will open a new 43,000 square foot store at Red Rose Commons, 1700 Fruitville Pike in Lancaster, PA 17601. The opening, in Fall of 2017, will bring approximately 50-100 new jobs to the Lancaster community.
The store will feature ladies’ apparel, accessories, menswear, family footwear, children’s clothing, a broad assortment of furniture and accessories for baby at Baby Depot, home décor and gifts, and the largest selection of coats in the nation.