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Monday, May 13, 2013
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Retail is the thing on Lancaster Avenue, but a big opening is begging to be filled.
The store front at 58 East Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore was the longtime home of Jacques Ferber Furs, which decamped for Wayne in January. Now the space sits empty and unused. Here's your chance to sound off on what should fill it. A restaurant? Shoe store? Produce market? Another fur shop? Tell us in the comments below what business you'd like to see land right in the heart of Ardmore's retail district.
The opening of the new 27,000-square-foot space was celebrated on May 8.
The Rothman Institute celebrated its move into spacious new digs on Wednesday, with a cocktail party and reception at its new office space. The practice, which specializes in orthopedics, will now be operating out of 825 Old Lancaster Road in Bryn Mawr. Rothman previously had office space at 830 Old Lancaster Road and 27 South Bryn Mawr Avenue. The new facility is 27,000-square-feet, and features 33 exam rooms, three X-Ray suites, orthotics, and a physical therapy space. Twenty-one physicians will see patients at the new office, with specialties ranging from joint replacement to spinal problems. To make an appointment with a Rothman specialist, visit the practice's website here.
Find vacancies in the city and Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties.
Businesses in the greater Philadelphia area post vacant jobs on Craigslist every day. Here are a few notable vacancies that have been advertised recently: For a full local list of the most recently available jobs in each Patch, click on its name below. PHILADELPHIA: Roxborough-Manayunk | Chestnut Hill-Mt. Airy MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Narberth-Bala Cynwyd | Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood | Bryn Mawr-Gladwyne DELAWARE COUNTY: Radnor | Haverford-Havertown | Springfield | Media | Marple Newtown CHESTER COUNTY: Tredyffrin-Easttown | Malvern | West Chester | Phoenixville Does your business have an opening that's not listed here? Post it in the comments section below.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
74 doctors throughout Main Line Health were recognized.
Thirty-two doctors with Lankenau Medical Center were among those recognized as "Top Doctors" in a recent Philadelphia Magazine list. Main Line Health cited the report on its website: “We are incredibly proud of the physicians who made the “Top Doctors” list this year,” said Andrew Norton, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of Main Line Health. “We are fortunate to have over 2,200 doctors practicing throughout Main Line Health who strive to deliver highly personalized, advanced care to create a superior experience for our patients. I truly appreciate our team of physicians for their dedication and commitment to the communities we serve.” The “Top Doctors” list is based on results from Castle Connolly, an independent research company. Seventy-four …
Many new job opportunities are available in the Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood area.
Are you looking for a job? Here are some positions available in the Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood area, all advertised on Craigslist in the past week. Chiropractor to share office space Medical Biller Drivers-Deliver catering Citron and Rose BOH and FOH Staff Auto body technician / painter's assistant Infant Teacher Cashier/receptionist Driver/Shipping & Receiving Sous Chef & Line Cooks Sales Associate For Bridal Shop Find more jobs nearby. Does your business have an opening that's not listed here? Post it in the comments section below.
Friday, May 10, 2013
The handcrafted yogurt shop celebrates its grand opening Thursday.
Pinkberry—a handcrafted yogurt franchise known for its tasty, and healthy, frozen treats—celebrated its grand opening in Bryn Mawr on Thursday. Located at 763 W. Lancaster Avenue, tucked in the back of Bryn Mawr Square, this is the first Philadelphia region location of Pinkberry, which is the world's leading yogurt retailer. All attendees at the grand opening, which was open to the public, got free frozen yogurt and enjoyed a live performance by The Fitch Brothers—a musical trio known for its unique percussion and harmonies. The party ran from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. “We’re excited to introduce Pinkberry’s high quality, unique yogurt experience to the Main Line," said Pinkberry CEO Ron Graves. The location is owned and operated Michael Brand and…
Thursday, May 9, 2013
The Emmy-nominated show for entrepreneurs is holding a casting call in Philadelphia Saturday.
A nationwide talent search for the fifth season of the entrepreneurship reality series Shark Tank is coming to NextFab Studio in Philadelphia on Saturday, and 500 area residents will have a chance to get on the show to pitch investors for funding. “Whether you just have a fantastic idea, are a start up or already operating successfully and looking to expand, if you feel you have a lucrative business or product and could use financial backing, then Shark Tank is just the show for you,” according to the ABC show’s website. Budding entrepreneurs will have a chance to offer a one-minute pitch to a member of the show’s casting team on Saturday at NextFab Studio, at 2025 Washington Ave., and some will be selected for more in-depth video …
Find a local home you can tour.
There are 5 open houses scheduled for the weekend of May 11-12 in the Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch coverage area, according to the listings on AOL Real Estate. The highest asking price is $1,250,000, for 317 Berkley Road. It has 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and can be seen Sunday between 2 and 4 p.m. To find more open houses around the greater Philadelphia area, visit realestate.aol.com.
A lot of businesses have opened in the region since the start of 2013. Click through to see if there are any you missed. If there are any we missed, please let us know in the comments area.
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