King of Prussia Town Center offers more than shopping. With outdoor fountains, happy hours, and yoga and and painting classes, the Center brings a downtown-Philly vibe to the suburbs, writes Ellie Silverman at philly.com.
As some brick-and-mortar retailers struggle, there are indications that the center, which opened in booming Upper Merion Township in 2016, is thriving. Property manager Joseph Mancuso said the 1,164 parking spaces are often at or near capacity and local owners say their restaurants are some of their best performing stores.
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