Rick Sokolov, president and chief operating officer for mall owner Simon Property Group, said the project did what it was expected to do, creating “one totally integrated shopping environment.” “All of the tenants that moved from over the existing wing to new flagship stores under the expansion have dramatically increased their sales,” he said.
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For Sonia Pinzon, 45, of Phoenixville, Chester County, it has to do with comfort and staying dry. 18, 2016, and linked the Court and Plaza for the first time in 53 years, creating one big mall and ending the treks in the rain or snow to get from one to the other.
“Especially in the winter, it’s been fantastic,” Pinzon said during her weekly visit to what she dubs “my shopping mall,” 10 minutes from her home.
He described them only as “national, sophisticated restaurant concepts.” “We want to have the best of the best at Ko P,” he said.