Welcome to What Now Philadelphia, Home to the Latest Brick-and-Mortar News

What Now Media Group has arrived in Philadelphia to provide our share of brotherly love.
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Philadelphia has been a vibrant city since the very signing of this country’s founding documents. And today is no exception. From the Old City to Fishtown to Spruce Hill and Cedar Park, Philly is home to thousands of businesses, with new ones opening every day. And where history is rich, the food is richer. That’s where we come in. 

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What Now Media Group has spent years bringing the very latest restaurant, retail, and realty news to cities like Atlanta and Los Angeles. We are so excited to share we’ve finally hit the Philly market. From here on out, we aim to be your go-to site for all breaking brick-and-mortar news in the Philadelphia area. 

Looking for details on the new hoagie spot you’ve spied setting up shop? Or maybe a cocktail bar in the arts district is of more interest…We should warn you, we aren’t in the business of listicles and in-depth profiles, rather, we aim to bring you the newest, hottest brick-and-mortar news, before the ink on the lease is dry. It’s our mission to know where the next Wawa is headed before the company even breaks ground. So if you’re a realty-junkie or the foodiest of foodies, we’ve got you covered. 

Oh, and if you want to throw us some of that brotherly love, we’d be thrilled. We like to keep our news as local as possible, so if you’re plugged into the restaurant, retail, or realty scene and know of a new development, we’d love to hear from you. Just send us a quick note at [email protected].

To stay up-to-date, simply subscribe to our breaking newsletters or find us on Facebook and Twitter. We’re so excited to be here, where we hear it’s always sunny. 

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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