Wawa leases Center City space that could become its ninth downtown Philly location




With the opening of the most important Wawa ever late last 12 months at Sixth and Chestnut streets, the number of Center City Wawa retailers has reached eight – nevertheless a ninth could rapidly be on its strategy, most likely headed for the heart of the enterprise district.

The Philadelphia Business Journal reported Wawa Inc. not too way back signed a lease for a space at 16th and Ranstead streets, only some blocks from City Hall. At spherical 3,000 sq. ft, the space beforehand was inhabited by the AT&T retailer all through from Liberty Place, throughout the 33-37 S. 16th St. property.

If the property does become a Wawa, will most likely be the smallest of the consolation chain’s Center City retailers. The new Independence Mall Wawa clocks in at spherical 11,000 sq. ft; earlier to that, the most important Wawa was positioned in Washington, DC.

Wawa has not however confirmed the model new location.

Speculation on the model new retailer comes shortly after a model new Wawa retailer was launched at a Wissinoming shopping for center. That new retailer, which opens Feb. 14, includes a gas station.




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