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Bellmawr's Pennant liquor license moves to Bellmawr Landfill project (42Freeway)

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Mark Matthews

Back in November 2015, the Bellmawr Landfill redevelopers took ownership of the Pennant Rock Club’s liquor license.

I see two big takeaways from this:

  • Landfill: Despite many who think nothing is coming to the landfill, this purchase further confirms that the developers are intent on building something… and something more than just warehouses.  South Jersey Observer has had several recent updates on the project, including road widening and plans that indicate the developer still has plans for a large multi-use development.
  • Pennant: The deteriorating Pennant Nightclub property will probably never reopen as a bar venue, as the only other available Bellmawr license is attached to the old Coral Reef property.

For additional details, and information on the landfill and Pennant properties, head over to 42Freeway.com

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