Overhaul Will Add Buildings, Refresh Shopping Center

Credit: Brixmor

Newtown Township officials have approved a $35 million expansion and renovation at the Village at Newtown Shopping Center.

The plan was approved last week during the township’s board of supervisor’s meeting.

The plans will add six new buildings and square footage to the shopping center, as well as improve the overall look and design of center, part of which is lined along South Eagle Road.

Brixmor, the property owner, will construct three new buildings in the portion of the shopping center across from McCaffrey’s Market, another 6,000-square-foot building will be constructed near Premier Urgent Care and Barre 3.

Credit: Brixmor

The plans also include a 3,500-square-foot freestanding bank near Saladworks, as well as a 1,600-square-foot freestanding café. The official tenants for the entire scope of the project have not been announced by Brixmor.

Harvest Seasonal Grill, a farm to table wine bar, is expected to open by the holidays. The restaurant will occupy a space previously used by Margiotti and Kroll Pediatrics which has since moved to a freestanding building on Newtown-Yardley Road.

Credit: Brixmor

Credit: Brixmor

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