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Honeygrow and HubBub Coffee adding Radnor locations

The stir-fry, salad, and smoothie slingers and the coffee shop are going into 200 Radnor-Chester Rd., which has Estia Taverna, Pietro's and Jimmy John's already on board.

Honeygrow and HubBub Coffee adding Radnor locations

Drew Crockett of HubBub Coffee, left, and Justin Rosenberg of Honeygrow.
Drew Crockett of HubBub Coffee, left, and Justin Rosenberg of Honeygrow. ALEJANDRO A. ALVAREZ / Staff Photographer

Two more food tenants have signed to join the retail development coming to 200 Radnor-Chester Rd., the corporate center just north of Lancaster Avenue and across the street from Radnor High:

Honeygrow, the fast-casual stir-fry/salad/smoothie shop with locations at 16th and Sansom Street and 169 City Ave. in Bala Cynwyd. Owner Justin Rosenberg has been open since June 2012, and he said he is now doing sales numbers he had expected in Year 5.

HubBub Coffee, which started in a truck and went the brick-and-mortar route with shops at 3736 Spruce St. in University City and at 1717 Arch St. in Center City. "We're always keeping our eyes open for opportunities," said owner Drew Crockett, who is eager to be able to "establish further our brand in a community that is looking for a new coffee experience." Plus, there will be ample parking.

In the deals, brokered by Doug Green and Tim Duffy of Michael Salove Co., both will join:

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Estia Taverna - a casual offshoot of Center City's luxe Greek destination Estia (1405 Locust St.)

Pietro's Pizza - the coal-fired pizzeria at 121 South St. and 1714 Walnut St. (The Pietro's in Marlton recently closed and is being renovated into an Estia Taverna, with an expected opening in early 2014.)

Jimmy John's sandwiches.

All are down for a "late spring 2014" opening.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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