The Philadelphia Journal reports that the mostly southern burger chain, Burger 21, is moving towards opening 12 locations in the Philadelphia region and one of the locations they are considering is Conshohocken. From the Journal:
Initially, Burger 21 is projecting to develop up to 12 locations throughout the region, spokeswoman Erin Povlitz said, and is considering Philadelphia markets like Jenkintown, Willow Grove, Havertown, King of Prussia, Springfield and Conshohocken.
A timeframe won’t be determined until a franchisee signs an agreement, but each location is expected to be between 2,200 to 3,000 square feet in size. Up to 55 new positions will be generated at each location.
Back in April we were told that Marky Mark’s Wahlburgers was considering a spot in Conshohocken (is that a third nipple?).
We speculate that the location potential location would fall within the redevelopment area at the corner of West Elm and Fayette. It really would need to be there or Ridge Pike somewhere.