PREIT, the owner of the Plymouth Meeting Mall, announced this morning that Miller’s Ale House would fill the last remaining spot in the space that formally Macy’s. Joining Miller’s Ale House in that space is Burlington, Edge Fitness, Michael’s and Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Miller’s Ale House, which describes itself as a casual sports restaurant and bar, is a Florida-based chain. Plymouth Meeting will be its eighth location in the region. It will occupy 7,300 square feet at the mall.
From the press release:
The new tenants at Plymouth Meeting underscore PREIT’s continued foresight into evolving consumer preferences and the need for diverse retail and dining offerings, as it even further differentiates the tenancy model at the property. Since its addition of Dave & Busters in 2009, nearly a decade prior to the “retailtainment” boom sweeping shopping centers nationwide, PREIT has continued to differentiate the property in today’s competitive retail environment and has set the stage for densification of the property with the addition of multifamily in the coming years.
“As the definition of a ‘mall’ evolves and expands, the Plymouth Meeting Mall is unequivocally the prime example of what retail experiences of the future will look and feel like,” said Joseph Coradino, CEO of PREIT. “Through smart integration of entertainment, dining, grocery, fitness and an array of retail segments, we continue to drive traffic to the mall, creating an experience that keeps visitors coming again and again.
This isn’t the first attempt of Miller’s Ale House to open in Plymouth Meeting. It had sought to take the space that was formally Houlihan’s, but was denied. That space eventually went to Mission BBQ.
More to come.