KOP Restaurant Week & KOP Shops for CHOP are ALMOST Here!
Make your reservations and shopping plans now

King of Prussia Restaurant Week and KOP Shops for CHOP kick off March 11. Reserved tables are filling up at our 33 participating restaurants, but it's not too late to get your reservation in for lunch or dinner! The exclusive multi-course prix-fixe menus are only $10, $15 or $20 for lunch and $20, $30 or $40 for dinner at some of the hottest restaurants in King of Prussia. Participating restaurants will donate a minimum of 2.5% of their proceeds from KOP Restaurant Week to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's (CHOP) King of Prussia Specialty Care & Surgery Center.

If you are looking for a quick and delicious meal, make sure to check out our 11 participating fast casual restaurants offering donation days for CHOP throughout the week. Many fast casuals are also offering a special deal as a thank you for dining with them during this charitable event.

KOP Shops for CHOP features 28 generous retailers that have committed to offering donation days for CHOP throughout the week of March 11-17. Several retailers are also featuring a special discount or deal, while others have made a set donation to CHOP in the name of this event.

Bahama Breeze * Bonefish Grill * Cantina Laredo * City Works Eatery & Pour House * Creed's Seafood & Steaks  * Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse  * Eddie V's * Fogo de Chao * Founding Farmers * J. Alexander's * Legal Sea Foods * Maggiano's Little Italy * MidiCi * Mistral * Morton's the Steakhouse * North Italia * Outback Steakhouse * Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar * Pepper's Italian Restaurant * Ralph's of South Philly * Revolution Chophouse * Ruth's Chris Steak House * Savona * Seasons 52 * Sullivan's Steakhouse * The Capital Grille * The Melting Pot * The Pub by Wegmans * The Zodiac at Neiman Marcus 
Tiffin Indian Cuisine * True Food Kitchen * Valley Tavern * Yard House

B. GOOD * Chick-fil-a * Choolaah Indian BBQ * Dairy Queen * District Taco * Habit Burger * honeygrow Shake Shack * The Halal Guys * Vitality Bowls

Alex and Ani * Athleta * Calligaris Group * DICK'S Sporting Goods * Expedition Escape
iFly King of Prussia * Jedidiah Gallery Kendra Scott * Kilwin's Chocolates, Fudge and Ice Cream
Lilly Pulitzer *  Marmi * Monnalisa * Muse Paintbar * Nic+Zoe * Paula Hian * RoadRunner Sports
Shinola Detroit *  South Moon Under *  St. John Ted Baker London * The Body Shop * Touché Accessories Vera Bradley *  Vineyard Vines * Workhorse Brewing Company * Xfinity
Thank you to our incredible sponsors:

Platinum Sponsor  Silver Sponsor Silver Sponsor

Media Sponsor Print Sponsor In-Kind Sponsor

Adopt and Beautify in KOP
Planting projects in King of Prussia improve aesthetics, safety and environmental management

Since 2011, King of Prussia District has participated in PennDOT's Adopt and Beautify Program.  An extension of the State's Wildflower Planting Program that started in 1990, this program provides an opportunity for organizations to partner with PennDOT to improve the landscapes adjacent to major thoroughfares. As identified in PennDOT's 2003 Roadside Planting Guidebook, this program addresses several essential highway components, including aesthetics, safety, roadway enhancement and environmental management.

King of Prussia District has installed and maintained 16 different planting projects along PennDOT roads in KOP. Not only do these flowering beds meet the Guidebook's call for color, texture and scale, but the installations also delineate the roadway to keep drivers focused and improve decision making along the route.  In addition to driver safety, the program encourages roadway and environmental enhancements that improve water drainage, revegetate construction areas, stabilize slopes and reduce mowing.

This spring, King of Prussia District will install and update 2 new project areas under King of Prussia District's Adopt and Beautify permit, which includes 3 island medians along PennDOT roads at Mall Blvd. and Rt. 202. These areas will achieve the objectives outlined in PennDOT's Guidebook with sustainable plantings that will provide drivers with visual cues to help them navigate the high-volume intersections.  The planting bed design takes into account traffic speeds and roadway maintenance that will utilize salt-tolerant perennial flowers and shrubs that are visible to flowing traffic without hindering sightlines.  These new planted areas will improve our streets as public spaces with safety and aesthetics by design. 

The Judge Group at 151 S. Warner Rd. Photo © Don Pearse Photography

Tickets on Sale for 2019 Annual Report to the Community Luncheon
On March 22, experience the release of our 2019 Report to the Community and celebrate the recipients of the King of Prussia District Awards

This year's Annual Report to the Community Luncheon and King of Prussia District Awards features keynote Ellen Dunham-Jones, co-author of the award-winning book,  Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs. Dunham-Jones will share new case studies and research on how retrofits of prototypical suburban property types throughout North America are helping communities address 21st century challenges they were never designed for. She will draw on her database of over 1,800 examples of dead malls, big box stores, office parks, garden apartments, etc., that have been, or are being, retrofitted into more sustainable, more equitable, thriving places.

Also, hear from King of Prussia District Executive Director, Eric Goldstein. Goldstein will provide an overview of exciting development projects throughout King of Prussia, recap King of Prussia District's 2018 accomplishments and highlight upcoming projects that should be on your radar for 2019 and beyond. 

This event sells out each year, so be sure to get your tickets early!


Advertise on theconnector 

Promote your business or product to all of King of Prussia through advertising wraps on King of Prussia District's commuter shuttle, the connector.

the connector runs during peak morning an evening rush hours to/from the Norristown Transportation Center or the Wayne Regional Rail Station and businesses along First Avenue in King of Prussia

50% OFF ADVERTISING SPECIAL: Advertise on all 4 shuttles for at least 2 months, just $250 per shuttle/month*!

*plus installation costs

Support King of Prussia Rail

King of Prussia Rail will...
  • Reduce commute times between University City and Center City
  • Connect employers to a broader pool of employees, and give residents easier access to jobs
  • Reduce up to 18M vehicle miles traveled annually, resulting in less congestion and reduced emissions
  • Generate 5,400-6,300 jobs during construction and 1,000 jobs annually
  • Increase real estate values and tax revenues

Rendering of KOP Rail traveling over Rt. 202

Food Truck Tuesdays: NEW Roving Food Truck Event
Featuring multiple food trucks, live music, giant yard games and vendors in KOP's busiest commercial parking lots 

The first of our four-event series kicks off on April 9 in the GeoBlue parking lot in King of Prussia from 11:30 AM- 1:30 PM. We are happy to welcome back Mike Greer & Co., who will be playing all your favorite covers. Serving up some incredible dishes will be Urban's Wood Fired Pizza, Dump N Roll, Phyllodelphia and Dia Doce.

Stay tuned for the food trucks participating in our other three food truck events:

* May 14 | Executive Terrace, 455 S. Gulph Rd.
* June 11 | 150 S. Warner Rd.
* July 9 | 630 Freedom Business Center Dr.

FREE Upcoming Webinar-Register Today!
Jerry Sweeney presents KOP Rail: Transforming Commercial Real Estate in Our Region 

While many industries stand to benefit from King of Prussia Rail, the potential effect on Commercial Real Estate in our region is particularly impactful. Studies show that the national average rent in transit-accessible buildings is significantly higher than the average market rent. Properties in close proximity to safe and reliable public transportation are more attractive to tenants, who then are then better positioned to recruit and retain employees. 

In this webinar, Jerry Sweeney, President and Chief Executive Officer and Trustee of Brandywine Realty Trust, will share these and other benefits that CRE stands to gain from KOP Rail, and offer perspectives on how this transformative project will keep our region competitive in the global market.

Register for this FREE webinar on Thursday, March 21 from 12:30-1 PM.

KOP in the News
Philadelphia Business Journal 
The King of Prussia Town Center has signed four new tenants and is closing in on filling the last remaining vacancies at the new retail complex.  Read More...  
The proposed King of Prussia rail project promises transit access to one of the region's biggest job centers, an economic boost - and a bill of about $1.2 billion that planners aren't quite sure how they'll pay.  Read More...
A year after Brandywine Realty Trust began a $29.7 million redevelopment of 500 N. Gulph Road in King of Prussia, the project, which involved gutting the entire structure originally built in 1979, has been completed.  Read More...  

Ribbon cutting at Pink's Hot Dogs in King of Prussia Mall

What's Coming to KOP
See what opened last month and what you can expect in the coming days, months and years!  
The influx of new retailers, restaurants and luxury housing in KOP isn't slowing down . Take a look at who will be joining our amazing community!


575 South 
(multi-family residential)
Assisted Living Facility
(name TBA)
(March 30)
California Tortilla
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
(in-patient hospital)
Hanover Town Center
(multi-family residential)
Heart + Paw
Hobby Lobby
Main Line Health 
(name TBA)
National Tire Company
(name TBA)
SKYE 750
(multi-family residential)
Smile Direct Storage Partners of KOP
Taco Bell
NOW OPEN: Conshohocken Brewing Company, EGG New York

*First in Pennsylvania

Join KOP Restaurant Week Platinum Sponsor Xfinity in Town Center for delicious samples from B. GOOD, District Taco, Founding Farmers and MidiCi, exciting Xfinity demos and giveaways, including an Apple Watch! See Event Details...  

A delectable fashion fundraiser at Mistral KOP with in-restaurant modeling, exclusive raffles and special retail selections from style arbiters and KOP Shops for CHOP participants.   See Event Details... 

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 services organization. King of Prussia District engages public and private partners to 
 collaboratively improve the economic environment in King of Prussia 
 by making it more vibrant, attractive and prosperous.

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