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Barclay Pavilion Office Building in Cherry Hill Likely to Close

Barclay Office Building soon to turn to dust

The Barclay Pavilion office building, which has anchored a corner of the Barclay Farm Shopping Center in Cherry Hill for 52 years, soon may disappear in a cloud of dust.

A Township zoning permit has been issued to the owner of the Route 70 shopping center to demolish the 45,374-square-foot vacant building, according to Township Community Development Director Cosmas Diamantis. A demolition permit now needs to be issued.

The building was constructed by Scarborough Construction Co., which moved its headquarters into it in December 1970. Scarborough built the shopping center and the Barclay Farm subdivision, and at the time was building the Wexford Leas development on the east side of Cherry Hill.

*Article courtesy of 70and73

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NY School expected to move its students to former M’kor Shalom in Cherry Hill

A Lakewood-based Jewish educational organization wants to move its school in New York state to the former M’kor Shalom synagogue property in Cherry Hill this fall.

Yeshiva Shaar Hatalmud would buy the M’kor Shalom property and close its Hillburn, New York, school by October.

The anticipated 100 students, the college and dormitory would move into the former synagogue at 850 Evesham Road, near the Marlton and Voorhees borders, according to an application with the Planning Board. Hillburn is located in western Rockland County, which is just north of New York City.

*Article courtesy of 70and73

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Day Care Center Approved by Cherry Hill Planning Board

Daycare Cherry Hill NJ

About 2.5 acres next to the post office on Marlkress Road in Cherry Hill, now occupied by vacant buildings and woods, will become a Children of America day care center and commercial property.

The Planning Board voted 5-1 in favor of the project on Monday night after the developer presented its plans and emphasized that any trees removed would be replaced on the property, which borders the backyards of townhomes on Versailles Boulevard.

Representatives of developer J&T Brothers LLC of Deer Road in Mount Laurel also said poor drainage on the site would be improved by their project and that stormwater no longer would run onto the Versailles Boulevard properties. The development company is owned by Maria Vaida, according to the application.

*Article courtesy of 70and73

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A Day Care is Planning to move in on 2.5 acres next to the Cherry Hill Post Office on Marlkress Road

Daycare Cherry Hill NJ

A Mount Laurel company wants to clear about 2.5 acres on Marlkress Road about a half-mile south of Route 70 in Cherry Hill to build a day care center and office/retail building.

The buildings would go on three lots combined next to the post office and homes on Versailles Boulevard, according to plans submitted to the Township Planning Board. A hearing is scheduled before the board at its Monday evening meeting.

Vacant structures on the site at 1197 and 1201 Marlkress Road would be demolished, according to the plans submitted by J&T Brothers LLC of Deer Road in Mount Laurel. Maria Vaida is the owner listed on the application.

*Article courtesy of 70and73

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Lahn closes on sale of Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill, brands it with new name

Randy Lahn, owner of Lahn Hospitality & Amusement Group and Cherry Hill-based Lahn Real Estate, has closed on buying the Woodcrest Country Club and renamed it the Legacy at Woodcrest. 

Lahn and his wife, Patricia Lahn, put the a 178-acre property that has operated since 1929 in Cherry Hill, under agreement in August and had targeted closing on the transaction at the end of this year. Terms of the sale weren’t disclosed.  The Lahns bought the property at 300 Evesham Road from an entity affiliated with First Montgomery Group and has plans to spend between $5 million and $10 million on various capital improvements to the property.

In addition to Lahn and his wife Patricia, son and daughter, the ownership group includes Brian Williams, CEO of Funplex Amusement Centers. Woodcrest’s current director of operations, Patrick Lucas, will continue as part owner and superintendent at the course.

*Article courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

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PSE&G proposes building a substation on Congregation M’kor Shalom property in Cherry Hill.

Public Service Electric and Gas Co. has proposed handling increased power demand by building an electrical substation on a heavily wooded lot on Evesham Road in Cherry Hill now owned by Congregation M’kor Shalom. The site borders Evesham and Voorhees.

The substation — to be built to the east of the synagogue near homes on Stoney Brook and Meadow Lanes in Evesham — is scheduled to go before the Cherry Hill Zoning Board of Adjustment at its meeting next Thursday. The substation also would be directly across Evesham Road from residences on Peregrine and Fulmar Drives in Voorhees.

An approximately 11-acre heavily wooded lot would be subdivided from the existing 21.1-acre lot and sold to PSE&G. The substation would occupy about three acres of the subdivided lot, according to the application.

A total of 591 trees on the subdivided parcel would be removed, according to the plans.

Although utility facilities are a permitted use in the zone, PSE&G needs zoning variances including structure height and fence height as well as preliminary and final site plan and minor subdivision approvals for the Echelon Substation, according to a letter to the zoning board from Timothy Holmes, PSE&G’s project manager. The unmanned substation would include switchgear, a control house, two transformers and breakers.

“PSE&G’s Marlton Substation currently serves over 22,000 customers, with over 80% of those in Cherry Hill and Evesham Townships, and is significantly overloaded,” according to the utility’s application. “The completion of the Echelon substation will relieve the system overload, improve local electric reliability, and prevent possible supply interruptions.”

The area around the Route 73 and Evesham Road intersection has seen significant commercial and residential development. The Cornerstone at Marlton apartment complex opened earlier this year on Executive Drive in Evesham, near the intersection. The Arbor Terrace at Marlton senior assisted-living complex now is under construction next to Executive Drive and the Evesham Planning Board last week approved a 124-unit, 55-and-older apartment complex on Executive Drive.

PSE&G identified the need for the new substation in 2019 and considered several properties in the area, according to documents filed with the application. The M’kor Shalom site was selected because it has no threatened or endangered species and the substation can be built outside of the flood hazard area, according to the analysis.

*Article courtesy of 70 and 73

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Funplex operator agrees to buy Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill

CHERRY HILL – An amusement-center operator has agreed to buy Woodcrest Country Club.

A group led by Randy and Patricia Lahn, who own the Funplex chain, will pay an undisclosed amount for the 178-acre club on Evesham Road in Cherry Hill, the couple said Tuesday.

Woodcrest has been owned since 2018 by First Montgomery Group, a Marlton-based development firm that acquired the landmark for $10.1 million in a 2013 bankruptcy auction.

The club, founded in 1929, has a golf course, a restaurant, and a private meeting space.

Randy Lahn, a Woodcrest member and the son of a former club president, vowed to take Woodcrest “to the next level, creating a world-class family experience.”

“Woodcrest played a significant role in our family for generations, and I am thrilled to make it a formal piece of our legacy,” he said in a statement.

Woodcrest, which is to remain a private club, could add a fitness center, spa, and an indoor/outdoor pool.

Other options include pickleball courts, an arcade room, and a “kids club,” his statement said. Lahn said a “multi-year investment” would begin early next year with upgrades to three of the 18 holes on the club’s golf course.

Lahn, who began his career in amusements with a miniature golf course and driving range, oversees Funplex locations in Mount Laurel; East Hanover, Morris County; and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

The Funplex sites offer indoor and outdoor attractions, including amusement rides, water parks, and dining. Lahn also operates a realty firm with his name.

The ownership group includes Brian Williams, CEO of the Funplex Amusement Centers, and Patrick Lucas, Woodcrest’s director of operations.

First Montgomery Group sparked controversy after acquiring Woodcrest with a proposal to put 844 apartments, including 160 affordable units, on part of the lush property.

The firm later agreed to sell the site’s development rights to Cherry Hill for more than $4 million. First Montgomery also was named the residential redeveloper for multiple sites in the township. The sites, now being developed with hundreds of apartments, include a former motel property between Route 70 and North Park Drive and the Victory Refrigeration property on Woodcrest Road.

*Article courtesy of Courier Post

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Cherry Hill Planning Board Okays a 140-room Hotel at Garden State Park Complex

A 140-room, five-story hotel at Cherry Hill Towne Center at Garden State Park has been added to the development plan for the huge retailing and residential complex on the former horse-racing track at Route 70 and Haddonfield Road.

The Cherry Hill Planning Board voted 9-0 Monday night to permit changes in the plan for the hotel and a 5,600-square-foot rooftop bar. Other changes to the property’s plans include a retail expansion to accommodate the addition of an Old Navy store and more flexibility for the owner to change use of vacant space from retail to restaurant to medical offices to fitness centers, all depending on demand.

However, a proposal from owner Cherry Hill Towne Center Partners LLC to run a road through an existing pedestrian plaza near the planned hotel drew the ire of some members of the public and one Planning Board member, who sharply criticized how the huge development has turned out compared with the vision of town leaders.

“I feel that what we’re getting now is a nightmare and not a dream,” board member Marlyn Kalitan said of the Towne Center.

“This was such a beautiful project,” Kalitan told the board. “It was our dream project. It was the dream of Cherry Hill to have this wonderful development that was going to have (a) park, recreation and walking trails. Okay I get it, we don’t have that.”

Kalitan explained that she loves to shop, but she doesn’t like shopping in the center. “Every time I pull in, I’m sorry that I did. The traffic patterns are awful and we’re just adding more buildings in here and more traffic.”

Kalitan and fellow board members Sheila Griffith and Samuel Kates voted against the plan to run a road through the pedestrian plaza. The rest of the board — Tina TruitEarle SeneresCarole RoskophJohn S. OsorioAnne Madden Tufano and Alise Panitch — voted in favor, with the plan passing by a 6-3 vote.

John Taikina, director of real estate development for Piscataway-based M&M Realty Partners, which oversees the site, said adding a road through the plaza would bring life to what he called “desolate” space. Each side of the street on the plaza would have space for restaurants and retailers that “spill out” into the street, he told board members during his testimony.

The plaza ends at an empty lot today, but if a hotel were built it would end at the side of the hotel. The entrance of the hotel would face south, toward Route 70.

Taikina told board members retail space along the plaza is difficult to lease and that a road would add to the pedestrian traffic and make the storefronts more attractive to prospective tenants.

Peter J. Mazza lives on Garden Park Boulevard near the pedestrian plaza and he says he walks through the area nearly every day.

Mazza objected to running a road through the plaza, telling the board the site was intended to be a pedestrian-friendly town center.

“Don’t have cars coming down the middle of that. It doesn’t make sense to me,” he said.

Town resident Paul Petrella of Third Avenue recalled that when the developer received Township permission to substitute a Costco store for the original plan to build a hotel on the west side of Garden State Park, the sentiment was a hotel wasn’t needed on the complex.

Petrella said the new site for a hotel is “probably the worst location that I could imagine.” He called for not building the hotel there and adding landscaping to what is now an empty lot.

Another resident, Rena Margulis of School Lane, advocated for the owners to continue to limit the plaza, which has a fountain, to pedestrians only. “Would you rather eat next to a fountain or would you rather eat next to a road?” Margulis asked the board. The developer’s representatives said during testimony that restaurants opening along the plaza could offer outdoor dining.

Margulis said she was concerned that the developer does not have an agreement with a hotel operator. What happens to that space if there is no hotel, she asked, adding: Could it be used for senior citizen assisted living? Could it be used as a drug rehabilitation center?

The developer has not said what hotel chains are in discussion to open a hotel on the site. When the developer reaches an agreement with a hotel chain, detailed plans would be presented to the Planning Board.

Both Margulis and resident Laura Anne Einhorn of Edgemoor Road called for a new traffic study from the developers that likely would reflect increased volume from the Costco and other development.

Einhorn also asked how the large rooftop bar will affect residential neighborhoods around the development. She said the hotel operator will probably provide music at the bar.

Board member Tufano urged the developer to consider making Cherry Hill “cutting edge” by incorporating the hotel’s rooftop bar with a green roof, which is environmentally friendly.

 “That’s a great suggestion,” Taikina said, adding that the roof could use planters to reduce storm water run-off. “If we get our preferred (hotel) brand it certainly is something that will be in their mix. They certainly consider themselves to be on the edge of eco-friendly,” he added, without disclosing the hotel chain the developer is targeting.

“It is a great view. It is a spectacular view,” Taikina said of his expectations for a bar on the roof of a five-story hotel on the site. “I don’t know if you’ve been to the roof of the parking deck ever but it is a great view,” he said.

*Article courtesy of 70and73

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Well-Located Cherry Hill Land for Sale on Haddonfield-Berlin Road

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, is now offering well-located Cherry Hill land for sale on Haddonfield-Berlin Road.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill is a +/- 1.3-acre parcel at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road. There are development plans for a +/- 12,500 square foot two-story office building for this land for sale in Cherry Hill.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road offers convenient access to Route I-295 and the New Jersey Turnpike and there also is portability to develop at this Cherry Hill land for sale.

The asking sale price for this land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road is $440,000. This Cherry Hill land for sale, which is directly across from Woodcrest Country Club, is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm with expertise in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill has commercial overlay zoning (non-residential) and permitted uses at this Cherry Hill land for sale at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road are medical, professional, retail sales (including alcohol package goods), banking, restaurants, fast food, funeral homes, and personal services.

Nearly 244,000 residents live within five miles of this land for sale in Cherry Hill.  The average household income in the same radius of this land for sale in Cherry Hill is $94,226.

For more information about this Cherry Hill land for sale at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Ryan Barikian (856-857-6307; ryan.barikian@wolfcre.com) or Michael Scanzano (856-857-6386; mike.scanzano@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Prime Cherry Hill Land for Sale on Haddonfield-Berlin Road

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that specializes in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, is now offering prime Cherry Hill land for sale on Haddonfield-Berlin Road.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill is a +/- 1.3-acre parcel at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road. This land for sale in Cherry Hill is directly across from Woodcrest Country Club.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road offers convenient access to Route I-295 and the New Jersey Turnpike and there also is portability to develop at this Cherry Hill land for sale.

The asking sale price for this land for sale in Cherry Hill at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road is $440,000. This Cherry Hill land for sale is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm with expertise in Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services.

This land for sale in Cherry Hill has commercial overlay zoning (non-residential) and permitted uses at this Cherry Hill land for sale at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road are medical, professional, retail sales (including alcohol package goods), banking, restaurants, fast food, funeral homes, and personal services.

Nearly 244,000 residents live within five miles of this land for sale in Cherry Hill.  The average household income in the same radius of this land for sale in Cherry Hill is $94,226.

For more information about this Cherry Hill land for sale at 1951 Haddonfield-Berlin Road or about any other Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Ryan Barikian (856-857-6307; ryan.barikian@wolfcre.com) or Michael Scanzano (856-857-6386; mike.scanzano@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Cherry Hill commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Cherry Hill commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Cherry Hill commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Cherry Hill commercial properties for sale or lease through our Cherry Hill commercial real estate brokerage firm.