Coming Soon to Main Street

Updates from the Collegeville Economic Development Corporation on the Perkiomen Bridge Hotel, Mint Hair Salon, ACME and more.


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.

Freed October 11, 2012 at 02:02 PM
The CEDC is doing great things in the borough, and it's vitally important that we have a Main Street business manager. I look forward to a new grocery store in the Acme space and I am enjoying all the great events. Kudos to Rachael and everyone involved.
Camy Quinn October 11, 2012 at 10:21 PM
Great things!! I love living in Collegeville.
Freed October 14, 2012 at 06:20 PM
The Collegeville Yoga Bar will be located in the Collegeville Shopping Center in the former RadioShack space.


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