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AT&T to launch more than 10 new stores in the Philadelphia MSA by year-end

Posted August 6, 2019
AT&T to launch more than 10 new stores in the Philadelphia MSA by year-end
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Richard Soloff of Soloff Realty & Development, Inc. exclusively represented AT&T Corporate in facilitating multiple leases in conjunction with their 2019 Corporate Roll-Out Program in the Philadelphia MSA.

AT&T anticipates signing several more leases between now and the end of the month. More than 10 leases have been signed over the past 6 months, all to open by year-end.

In New Jersey, a 4,700-square-foot flagship store recently opened at 241 Deptford Center Road, adjacent to the Deptford Mall, in Deptford, NJ. In Cherry Hill, NJ, a 4,500-square-foot flagship store opened at 712 Haddonfield Road, across from the Cherry Hill Mall.  Elsewhere in New Jersey, recent openings include a newly constructed 1,800-square-foot store at 1222 Blackwood/Clementon Road in Blackwood, NJ – the site formerly housed a gas station.

In Pennsylvania, multiple leases were signed bringing AT&T stores to neighborhood centers in Philadelphia, Bucks, and Montgomery Counties.

In Philadelphia, AT&T signed a 1,500-square-foot lease in the new urban commercial strip center coming soon to the corner of North Broad and Spring Garden Streets. This was co-brokered by MSC Retail. The center is scheduled to open this fall with other tenants including CVS Pharmacy and Citizen’s Bank.

In Northeast Philadelphia, a 2,000-square-foot store will open at Academy Plaza located at Academy & Red Lion Roads, co-brokered by Metro Commercial. Stores opened in the junior power center at Shelly Plaza, anchored by PJP Marketplace and Blink Fitness, at Olney Square, and at the Plaza at Chelten, which was co-brokered by Metro Commercial.

In Bucks County, an AT&T store opened in Morrisville Plaza, anchored by Dollar Tree and Garden Farm Market.

In Montgomery County, AT&T stores will open at Greenleaf at Cheltenham, a power center in Wyncote anchored by Target, Home Depot, and ShopRite, co-brokered by Metro Commercial; and at Abington Town Center, a power center anchored by Target and TJ Maxx, already open.

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