At last week's Collegeville Borough Council Meeting, Collegeville Economic Development Corporation's Manager Rachael Morrison reported a number of business updates:
• The Perkiomen Bridge Hotel owner Tom Crawford is working closely with CEDC to get started on the restoration/historical landmark project for the property. According to the Conservancy of Montgomery County, Crawford is looking for tenants, including a restaurant.
• Mint Hair Salon, located next to the American Barber Company at 323 E. Main Street, is now open. A ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for Nov. 3.
• Collegeville Yoga Bar is opening on Main Street at the end of October.
• As previously reported on Patch, Lou's Too from Trappe to the former Lunch Box on Main building.
• The empty ACME on 29 is preparing to give up the lease, and are currently in negotiations with ShopRite. This process will take some time.
• An unnamed restaurant is going into the Old Saladworks location in the Collegeville Shopping Center.
• While Morrison didn't directly confirm, a Borough Council members said that Pep Boys would be moving into the old Annie Sez location in the Collegeville Shopping Center.