Posts By: Nexus Properties

Chickie’s & Pete’s heads to Rowan University with new location

Philadelphia-grown Chickie’s & Pete’s Crab House and Sports Bar can be found in casinos, boardwalks and airports across the country, but its latest location is uncharted territory for the brand: A college town. The Bensalem, Pa.-based restaurant chain has signed a lease to be the anchor tenant at 220 Rowan Blvd., a $74 million, six-story,… Read more »

Chickie’s and Pete’s Signs Lease for 15th Location

In the midst of Glassboro, New Jersey’s, rapidly expanding business and retail development, the Borough and Nexus Properties have announced the opening of a Chickie’s and Pete’s on Rowan Boulevard. The Philadelphia-area crab house and sports bar chain has signed a lease to open a new restaurant at 220 Rowan Boulevard, making this its 15th… Read more »

Chickie’s and Pete’s coming to downtown Glassboro

GLASSBORO — The Philadelphia-based crab house and sports bar Chickie’s and Pete’s will open a new location on Rowan Boulevard in downtown Glassboro this summer. The chain has signed a lease to open in 220 Rowan Boulevard — a mixed-use, student and residential housing facility with retail on the first floor. Chickie’s and Pete’s will join… Read more »

Chickie’s and Pete’s coming to Rowan

Hang onto your Phillies hats, sports fans … and crabfries addicts! Chickie’s and Pete’s is headed back to school. The sports bar and crab house chain is the latest restaurant to sign on to serve the Rowan University community in Glassboro, part of a growing retail and food scene. Calling it a game changer for sports fans,… Read more »

A Good Investment

As Glassboro continues to undergo one of the state’s largest municipal redevelopments with their $350-million, 26-acre Rowan Boulevard redevelopment project, residents and Rowan University students can expect more changes and additions to their community. “We have a large economic engine with Rowan being here in Glassboro and expanding into Harrison Township and Mantua on the… Read more »

One of Philly’s favorite cheesesteak joints coming to Glassboro

GLASSBORO — Philadelphia’s popular Tony Luke’s restaurant is coming to Glassboro. Known for its cheesesteaks, roast pork Italian and chicken cutlet, Tony Luke’s signed a lease last month to open a store inside 220 Rowan Boulevard — a new mixed-use housing complex for Rowan University students and private residents. Fans of the food will be able to place… Read more »

New Glassboro health center opens on Rowan Boulevard

GLASSBORO — Officials with Inspira Health Network and Cooper University Health Care marked the opening of a new Glassboro health center this week. Inspira Health Center Glassboro, which will house the Cooper Bone and Joint Institute at Woodbury, will provide outpatient health services for the community, including Rowan University students. The $1.9 million, 27,500-square-foot facility is… Read more »

220 ROWAN BOULEVARD COMPLEX REACHES CONSTRUCTION MILESTONE

GLASSBORO – As the steel framework on 220 Rowan Boulevard nears completion in downtown Glassboro, Iron Workers and other union contractors on site celebrated a Topping Off ceremony yesterday along with project partners at the Borough of Glassboro, Nexus Properties and Rowan University. The event included a ceremonial placement of the last piece of steel… Read more »

Rowan Boulevard an asset for Glassboro

The continued development of Rowan Boulevard in Glassboro is a tremendous asset for the borough and Rowan University. This includes the opening of 220 Rowan Boulevard, an enormous project that is changing the look of the town for the better and providing new housing for Rowan students that will bring them into downtown Glassboro and… Read more »

NJ universities adding ‘college towns’ near campus

GLASSBORO – Students returning this month to two New Jersey state colleges will find big differences next to campus as developments materialize seeking to add the bustle of traditional college towns. A $74 million building next to Rowan Universityopened this month, the latest and largest addition to a years-long project to connect the growing university… Read more »