A downtown location. A view patrons would enjoy. Turn-key space with a commercial-grade kitchen, and a furnished dining room. If you’re hungry to open a new restaurant, and have experience to make it work, consider this.
The annual measure by the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce of Pottstown’s business pulse, its Progress Luncheon, is scheduled for Feb. 15. It anticipates an audience of about 200; tickets are available now.
There was a distinct chill in the air Sunday night in downtown Pottstown, as a crowd gathered for lighting of the borough’s holiday tree in Smith Family Plaza. Santa was there. Candy canes and hot cocoa set the mood for many.
A borough business advocate said successful women business owners are prepared by education and life experiences, set goals that map paths for growth, and connect with people and resources for assistance.
Pottstown Area Economic Development has won a more than $320,000 state Keystone Communities grant to renovate the former PNC Bank building on the 200 block of East High Street downtown.
What was once known as Pottstown Area Industrial Development Inc. has now become Pottstown Area Economic Development Inc. The re-branding intends to reflect Pottstown's potential and current growth.