Sunday, February 17, 2013
Cherry Hill (Camden County's business, shopping, dining and entertainment mecca) has just snagged another surefire attraction.
Beginning in 2014 fresh and organic food will arrive "whole" in Cherry Hill at the Ellisburg Shopping Center right in the center of the sprawling suburban township.
Yep, Whole Foods will will move its environmentally-friendly, upscale, nuveau supermarket into the center on Route 70 at the site of the old Ellisburg Circle.
Cherry Hill Mayor Chuck Cahn is delighted that Whole Foods has selected Cherry Hill for its newest store. Here's the Mayor's statement:
“Cherry Hill is thrilled to welcome Whole Foods Market as a neighbor in our community. Not only are they creating local, family-sustaining jobs, they are revitalizing, renovating and reusing a property that will be transformed into a vibrant environment in the center of our town. Whole Foods Market, along with other nearby projects, is reinventing Ellisburg into a prime location for shopping in the region.”
Whole Foods is expected to take about 47,000 square feet of the shopping center. Presumably, Whole Foods will occupy the space that Genuardi’s vacated last year.Sphere: Related Content