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The hour Bella Vista convenience store has been in operation for a little more than two years. Wawa is closing its store at Ninth and South streets on Oct. That location opened a little more than two years ago. News of the closure was first reported by the Philadelphia Business Journal. A spokesperson for the Delaware County-based convenience store chain told the Business Journal all of the employees at the store would be transferred to other locations. Center City has been part of Wawa's aggressive expansion plans in the region in recent years, beginning with the opening of the store at Broad and Walnut streets in September That store closed in , after a five-year run , with the company stating the location was "no longer viable" and citing "the challenges of COVID Not counting its soon-to-be closed convenience store on the east side of South Street, there are 10 other Wawas scattered across Center City.
In January, Wawa opened Pennsylvania's first drive-thru location in Bucks County , which was inspired by a similar store in South Jersey. More recently, the company opened its first and only Philly location that will sell beer , located at the base of the Platt Bridge. Brooks Holton PhillyVoice Staff. Social Justice. Healthy Eating. Nursing scholarships emphasize diversity. Menu PhillyVoice.
September 29, Wawa reportedly will close one of its South Street locations next month. Business Wawa. MORE NEWS Philadelphia man convicted of murdering ex-girlfriend at SEPTA station School District of Philadelphia seeks public input as search for new superintendent begins Pennsylvania lawmakers introduce bill to legalize recreational marijuana use A spokesperson for the Delaware County-based convenience store chain told the Business Journal all of the employees at the store would be transferred to other locations.
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