Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Mall officials announced the news via Facebook on Monday afternoon.
Late Monday afternoon, officials at Quaker Bridge Mall confirmed what many have suspected for months- an Apple store is slated to open at the newly renovated mall on Route 1 in Lawrenceville. It was shortly after 4 p.m. when someone managing the Mall's Facebook account posted a photo of the new store location inside the mall along with the message, "Guess who is coming to Quaker Bridge Mall!?" The online post quickly garnered nearly 300 Facebook 'Likes' and more than 120 'Shares.' It's unclear when the new store will open, but it will certainly be a welcome addition to Central New Jersey, because the nearest Apple retailers are currently in Freehold or Bridgewater, each at least a 30 minute drive away. The company is currently hiring …
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Aeropostale, The Art of Shaving and White House Black Market will open this spring and summer.
As part of the mall’s ongoing revitalization project, Quaker Bridge Mall will welcome three new retailers over the next several months. In May, teen retailer Aeropostale is slated to re-open its Quaker Bridge location with a new prototype store on the upper level of the center between Lord & Taylor and Macy’s. The high-tech store design will feature iPods in fitting rooms so shoppers can personalize the music while trying on items; Apple desktops and iPads will be available throughout the store for customers to scan products, read reviews and utilize the retailer’s build-your-own-outfit guide. There will even be a jukebox for customers to vote on the music that plays in the store. Summer 2013 will welcome The Art of Shaving, specializing…
Friday, May 3, 2013
The man allegedly used his young daughter to help shoplift, then scuffled with store security.
A New Brunswick man faces multiple charges after police say he shoplifted from Macy's at Quaker Bridge Mall, scuffled with store security officers and had even more stolen merchandise in his car, all in violation of a court order to stay away from Macy's. David Kamara, 36, of New Brunswick was charged with robbery, shoplifting, employing a juvenile in the commission of a crime, endangering the welfare of a child and trespassing. According to Lawrence Township Police, the incident happened on Saturday, April 27 at 6:53 p.m. Kamara allegedly stuffed men's polos and pants- totaling $527- into an American Eagle shopping bag after removing the sensors, police said. His eight-year-old daughter was with him and allegedly picked up a shirt …
Thursday, April 25, 2013
The incident happened at the Quaker Bridge Mall.
A 30-year-old Hamilton woman was arrested at Quaker Bridge Mall after police discovered her three young children alone in a running vehicle in the mall parking lot on April 17. Syeda Khalil, 30 was charged with three counts of child abandonment and her children were turned over to family members per the Division of Youth and Family Services. Khalil was released on a summons. According to Lawrence Township Police, the incident happened shortly before 8 p.m., after someone reported to mall security that there were three children alone in a car. The children, ages two, three and four years old, were in the vehicle, with the door unlocked. The car was running and the children appeared to be fine. When Khalil returned to the car, she was …
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
"We're excited to continue to attract and retain the most sought-after retailers and restaurants to Quaker Bridge," Mall Manager Lynda Benedetto said.
Tuesday, April 9
Quaker Bridge Mall will add five new retailers, Simon Property Group announced Tuesday. Time After Time, a watch store, will open on the upper level, next to Old Navy, in May. Body Central, a women's clothing and accessories store, will open in June. The Walking Company, a comfort shoe store, will open in September near the center court. The mall will also welcome two restaurants, Brio Tuscan Grille and Sarku Japan. Brio Tuscan Grill will feature food inspired by Tuscany and Sarku Japan specializes in made-to-order teriyaki and sushi. “These new shopping and dining amenities are just the most recent additions to the more than 25 new merchants which have opened at Quaker Bridge over the past year, including Michael Kors, Sur La Table, and …
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Both cases involve men snatching phones out of the hands of women at the mall.
Lawrence Township Police seek the public's health identifying a person of interest in cases of iPhones being stolen at Quaker Bridge Mall on Route 1. Both cases involve men snatching phones out of the hands of women at the mall. Police say the thieves appear to be targeting women and ask that shoppers be vigilant. "If you're walking and you're texting, be more cognisant of your area," Det Sgt. Joseph Amodio said. "It's not an epidemic, we just tell women to use more caution. Maybe wait until you get in the car to text or to call. On March 17, a 50-year-old woman from Edison had her iPhone snatched out of her hand by a young man – who ran up to her from behind as she walked in the area of Quaker Bridge Mall’s center court. The second …
Monday, March 25, 2013
Lawrence Township police are working to identify a man who stole an iPhone from the hand of a woman as she was walking in Quaker Bridge Mall last week.
Lawrence Township police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who fled after snatching a cellular phone from a shopper at Quaker Bridge Mall on Route 1 last week. The victim, a 50-year-old resident of Edison, told police she was talking on her iPhone while walking in the area of the mall’s center court when the man ran up from behind, grabbed the phone out of her hand and fled shortly before 1:20 p.m. on Sunday, March 17, according to township police spokesman Lt. Mark Ubry. The thief was described as a black male, 18 to 20 years old, 6 feet to 6 feet 5 inches tall, 120 to 130 pounds, wearing a black hooded jacket, blue jeans and sneakers, Ubry said. He said the thief was last seen exiting the mall in the area of the bus port…
Friday, February 15, 2013
The Simon Kidgits Club “Book Blast” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16, at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township is intended to encourage children “to develop a love for literature and learning with books.”
The Simon Kidgits Club at Quaker Bridge Mall will host its annual “Book Blast” event tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 16, to inspire families to “read together at home and beyond.” Noting that the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), a division of the U.S. Department of Education, has found that children who are read to at home enjoy substantial advantages over children who are not, Simon Property Group, the Indiana-based owner of the mall on Route 1 in Lawrence Township, is holding similar events at its malls across the country to encourage children “to develop a love for literature and learning with books.” All “Book Blast” activities will take place in Quaker Bridge Mall’s Center Court from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. “Book Blast” offerings …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Five new eateries - Charley’s Grilled Subs, Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs, Subway, Sarku Japan and Master Wok - will open this spring at the mall on Route 1 in Lawrence Township.
Wednesday, February 6
Charley’s Grilled Subs, Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs, Subway, Sarku Japan and Master Wok will be first tenants to move into Quaker Bridge Mall’s new eight-unit dining pavilion, the mall’s owner, Indiana-based Simon Property Group, announced yesterday (Tuesday, Feb. 5). The eateries are expected to open this spring in the new dining pavilion, which is located on the upper level in the wing of the mall that is home to the Sears department store. In addition to new restrooms, a family restroom with a nursing lounge and a Kidgits play area, the dining pavilion will feature other amenities that include “soft” seating, skylights, and new ceilings, finishes and lighting. “With the addition of these new dining experiences, shoppers now have a far …
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Mensware retailer Bachrach, women's fashion retailer Bebe, Lush Cosmetics and youth apparel retailer Vans will all open stores at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township by early summer.
Wednesday, January 23
The latest businesses preparing to open stores at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township are Bachrach, Bebe, Lush Cosmetics and Vans, the mall’s owner, Indiana-based Simon Property Group, announced in a news release on Tuesday. “These stores are just a few of the many new retailers set to open at Quaker Bridge Mall this year,” Marian Kapp, director of mall marketing, said in the release. “The variety we now offer to customers has grown immensely and is sure to please shoppers of all ages and tastes.” The new stores are expected to be open at the mall on Route 1 by the early summer of this year. Bachrach is a designer men’s shop that offers “handsome, innovative styles,” while Bebe offers “chic, contemporary fashion designed for the …