During the final session before summer recess, members of the announced that La Rosa’s Chicken and Grill is expected to have a grand opening on Monday, July 4, and that designs for the Town Center shared parking facility are still in the planning stages.
On Tuesday evening, Joe Ventresca of and owner of the building where La Rosa's will be operating, said this is another venture to improve business on Main Street.
“La Rosa's is working very hard to make sure they are open for the ,” said Ventresca. “So far, things look good for that.”
The gourmet eatery, scheduled to open at 33 E. Main St., will serve roasted chicken, wraps, burgers, ribs and add-ons like mac and cheese and mashed potatoes. A New Jersey chain, La Rosa's also has spots in Asbury Park, Freehold, Madison, Manalapan, Marlboro and Tinton Falls.
Ventresca also owns the building where recently opened at 37 E. Main St.
With the increase of businesses along Main Street, the EDAC has been meeting with owners of the properties to create nearly 400 parking spots, an increase of more than 100 spaces from what exists.
“More details and factors need to be worked out before a final plan is in place,” announced Jake DerHagopian, chair of the EDAC, to a handful of committee members and one Moorestown resident.
Other business news announced was the groundbreaking of the Virtua Health and Wellness Center today in front of the YMCA on Young Avenue. This will be Virtua’s third wellness center providing medical care, massage therapy and overall well-being of the body.
The EDAC, a citizen volunteer committee, meets the fourth Tuesday of each month, except in July and August.