ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–Robbinsville Meadowbrook, LLC is has begun demolition and preliminary construction work of the newest Wawa facility at the intersection of Route 130 and Meadowbrook Road (former National Pools location).
Site preparation is expected to take the landowner until May of 2020 to complete. After that date, Wawa’s construction team will be on-site to build their store and gas canopy, featuring 12 dispensers.
Complete of the project is expected by the end of October, with the grand opening of the new Wawa targeted for November.
Location: 2465 S Broad Street Suite E2, Independence Plaza, Hamilton Township, NJ 08610
Hamilton, NJ (01/17/2020) – The new year brings tidings of good cheer as Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County and Greater Trenton-Princeton opens its second ReStore! Volunteers and patrons alike are welcome to shop and support Habitat at the new ReStore in Independence Plaza on South Broad Street in Hamilton. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Friday, January 17th, at 9:30am! Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin will be in attendance.
ReStore shoppers can find good deals at affordable prices, all for a great cause! Each purchase supports Habitat for Humanity’s local affordable housing initiatives. After the ribbon cutting, the Hamilton ReStore will be open 10AM – 6PM Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, as well as 9AM – 6PM on Saturdays.
Habitat for Humanity is excited to bring its ReStore to Hamilton. The organization has a major presence in the community through its housing programs. In the neighborhood surrounding the ReStore, Habitat has two new affordable homes under construction as well as numerous repair projects for low to moderate-income homeowners.
Habitat’s CEO, Lori Leonard, is ecstatic. She says, “Hamilton has been a wonderful partner in bringing more affordable homes to the community and stepping up to address the need for repairs for low-income homeowners. With the ReStore, we can further our partnership with the town by providing jobs, volunteer opportunities, and wonderful home goods for locals to purchase!”
The ReStore is Habitat for Humanity’s retail operation that is open to the public, selling discounted housewares and building materials. You can find donated items, new and used, from residents and local business. The inventory is always changing, so every time you visit there is something new and unique to find! Visit the Habitat website http://www.habitatbcgtp.org/restore, or call (856) 439 – 6717 for more information.
ROBBINSVILLE– David Portnoy – “El Presidente” founder of Barstool Sports has done a pizza review on Papa’s Tomato Pies in Robbinsville, NJ and released it about an hour ago. You can watch the entire review here:
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ — A construction permit in the window for 2350 Route 33 Suite 106 marked “Interior Demo Only” is prominently displayed on the door next to the sign of the closed Centro Grille. A sign on the opposite door says “Coming Soon!!! KUO SOCIAL” the sign further shows Chef/ Restaurateur Steven Kuo of well known Peking Pavilion of Manalapan, NJ and Buddakan of New York
KUO Social brings you an exhilarating modern Chinese experience for the eyes and taste buds alike according to the sign.
The site was known to three prior restaurants/bars the first being Santino’s BarOne, Poseidon Mediterranean Bar & Grill, and Centro Grille.
Looking though the glass door it appears demolition has begun in the construction process and a dumpster is in the parking lot. Good luck to KUO Social we can’t wait to get in there and try that modern Chinese experience.