Breslin Realty’s Delavale inks 12,030 s/f of retail space
Philadelphia, PA & Yorktown, NY — Breslin Realty completed the following retail transactions:
KPot Korean Hot Pot and Barbecue held a Grand opening at 330 W Oregon Ave., Philadelphia.
KPot officially opened their doors on January 15, 2021, and are occupying a 10,263 s/f building in the Whitman Plaza Shopping Center. This is their second Philadelphia location.
KPot is a Korean restaurant specializing in Hot Pot and Korean Barbecue. Hot Pot is an Asian cooking method, prepared with a simmering pot of soup stock at the dining table, containing a variety of East Asian ingredients. While your hot pot is simmering, ingredients are placed into the pot and are cooked at table in a manner similar to fondue. The Korean Barbecue is also cooked at the table by the diners themselves, with a menu including fresh quality meats, seafood, noodles, and vegetables.
The transaction was arranged and negotiated for the landlord by Robert Delavale of the Breslin Organization. The tenant was represented by Craig Hantgan of Esquire Properties.
Additional Whitman Plaza retail includes ShopRite, Burlington Coat Factory, Ross Dress for Less, Blink Fitness, Goodwill, PennDOT, Party City, Citizens Bank, Rainbow Shops, GameStop, ChenMed, GNC, Dunkin Donuts, Sally Beauty Supply, Cavity Busters, One Main Financial, and more.
Delavale arranged and negotiated for the landlord the signing of a long term lease with Slice Pizzeria at 3224 Crompond Rd., Yorktown, NY.
Slice will be occupying 1,767 s/f of a pad site in a newly built shopping center on Route 202 (Crompond Road) at the intersection of the Taconic State Parkway at Exit 17A.
Slice is a brick oven pizzeria based out of Stamford, CT, serving pizza, salads, calzones, pasta dishes, and other Italian specialties. This will be the operator’s fourth restaurant, with pizzerias in Stamford, CT; Ardsley, NY; and Buchanon, NY.
This Yorktown shopping center is anchored by Lowe’s Home Improvement, which opened in April of 2019. Additional retail in the shopping center includes the recently opened Starbucks, and will soon include AAA, and a 12,500 s/f specialty grocer.