From new apartments approved to restaurants reopening and getting ready to serve, take a look at what’s happening with businesses in your neighborhood each week.
ALDI: Bethehem Plaza, 3843 Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem Township
The original discount grocery store is adding a store next to the old Kmart on Nazareth Pike. It’s unclear when he will open Aldi, according to his Facebook post for James Balliet Property Group.
The Gateway property, located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Nazareth Pike (also known as Route 191 and Linden Street) and Route 22, has other vacancies and more tenants on the way, according to Balliet Balliet’s Facebook post. is.
It now includes Dollar Tree, restaurants and salons. The square will also soon open a seasonal Halloween store. read more.
ANATOLIAN KITCHEN: 3016 Linden St., Bethlehem
This Mediterranean restaurant is undergoing renovations, according to the Anatolian window sign in Taylor Court, on the east side of Linden Street in Bethlehem.
No reopening date has been set as of Thursday.
The Anatolian Kitchen is open and offers kebabs, gyros, hummus, soups, salads, lamb, chicken, beef dishes, and vegetarian options.
BANANA FACTORY ARTS CENTER: 25 W. Third St., Bethlehem
The old fruit wholesale building will be demolished as the Bethlehem City Council overrules the Historic Preservation Commission. ArtsQuest, Musikfest’s parent company, plans to tear it down and build a new cultural center.
The five-story, 73,485-square-foot building costs about $22.1 million.
The Historical Commission is an advisory body and the City Council has ultimate authority over land use. Get the full story.
ML GALLERY & CO.: 901 Main St., Hellertown
The Hellertown Lower Soukon Chamber of Commerce welcomes new nail salons with ribbon cutting on August 23rd.
ML Gallery is a nail salon specializing in nail care, foot care, enhancement and nail art.
MOYER ENTERTAINMENT & HOSPITALITY CO.: 20-24 W. Broad St., Bethlehem
The Bethlehem City Council has approved the transfer of a liquor license from Green Pond Golf Course in Bethlehem Township to the building next door to the former Boyd Theater.
Moyer Entertainment and Hospitality will open a restaurant on West Broad Street with a basement and rooftop bar. Opened about a year later. Get all details.
CLEAN EATZ: 1665 State Hill Road, Wyomissing
A café with a focus on healthy eating has grand-opened, offering a variety of snacks and rice bowls to choose from, including bison and black bean burgers.
Clean Eats also offers meal plans.
PHOENIX PHYSICAL THERAPY: 3580 Penn Ave., Sinking Spring
The Therapy Center will host an open house and grand opening on August 30 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm with a ribbon cutting at 12:15 pm.
FARMHOUSE CAFE: 3180 Route 611, Bartonsville
The Pocono Chambers will be hosting a celebration on August 25th from 10:30-11:30 am in the cafe’s new location. A ribbon cutting will take place at 11am followed by a networking session. The event is free and all are invited.
Kressler, Wolf & Miller: 14 S. Eighth St., Stroudsburg
Insurance agents will hold a grand reopening on August 23 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with the Pocono Chamber of Commerce. The event is free and anyone can participate.
Schuylkill County Drug and Alcohol Programs: 1 Broadway Street, Schuylkill Haven
The center will have a grand opening on Thursday, September 1st at 4pm followed by a recovery walk. The event is free and you can register online.
UPLAND SQUARE: Route 100, Pottstown
A 400,716-square-foot shopping center in Montgomery County sold for $85.7 million, according to Institutional Property Advisors Brad Nathanson. The center’s AMC Theater and freestanding spots weren’t part of the sale, and Upland Square tenants include Burlington, Giant, Five His Below, Ross, Staples, and Ulta.
The buyer was Singapore-based United Hampshire US REIT and the seller was New Jersey-based Paramount Realty Services Inc., Nathanson said in a statement.
Upland was built in 2009 and expanded ten years later.
Institutional Property Advisors, representing the seller, is a division of Marcus & Millichap Inc., which is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol MMI. read more.
st. LUKE’S CARE NOW: 22 Walmart Plaza, Clinton
Walk-in centers for urgent care in Hunterdon County are expected to reopen on Monday, according to a social media post on St. Luke’s University Health Network. Care Now offices do not require appointments.
The center is open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and provides emergency care at a lower cost than visiting an emergency room.