11 story building with 503 apartments proposed for Plymouth Meeting Mall | News Break

Plymouth Township Councilmember Chris Manero posted on social media today information about a proposed 11-story, 503 unit apartment building at the Plymouth Meeting Mall. IMPORTANT INFO! In the spring, many residents attended our workshop meeting in which PREIT presented plans to develop a parcel at the Plymouth Meeting Mall for roughly 400 upscale apartments. Many residents have since voiced their opposition citing traffic and other concerns. PREIT is now seeking another approach, bypassing our township council and going directly to the Zoning Hearing Board to seek a Special Exception in the Shopping Center District. This time they are seeking an 11 story building with 503 units. The future of the mall property and its potential for mixed use re-development is certainly worth serious open-minded and forward thinking discussions involving all of us. But if 11 stories and over 500 units sounds concerning to you, you may want to consider attending the October Zoning Hearing Board meeting- via Zoom on October 19 at 7pm. Details will be posted on the township website.
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King of Prussia Mall Owner Buying Its Own Stores Out of Bankruptcy | News Break

It is not a surprise to many that the difficult circumstances created by COVID-19 would spell the end of some mall retailers. However, Simon Property Group, the largest mall owner in the U.S., has decided that desperate times call for desperate measures and has begun buying some of its own stores out of bankruptcy, writes Alistair Gray for thePhiladelphia Business Journal.
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Amazon may take over old JCPenneys and Sears to try and speed up deliveries | Las Vegas Local Breaking News, Headlines | fox5vegas.com

Amazon may take over old JCPenneys and Sears to try and speed up deliveries | Las Vegas Local Breaking News, Headlines | fox5vegas.com
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Tony Luke’s Owners Indicted For Tax Evasion | Philadelphia, PA Patch

Tony Luke’s Owners Indicted For Tax Evasion – Philadelphia, PA – Anthony Lucidonio Sr., 82, and his son, Nicholas Lucidonio, 54, hid more than $8 million in cash from the IRS, federal authorities said.
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