Green Eggs Café to Open Additional Restaurant at 30 S. 17th Street Under Long Term Lease Brokered by PernaFrederick

PHILADELPHIA———-Green Eggs Café ,  a brunch-style restaurant that takes pride in serving the highest quality fare while maintaining an eco-conscious philosophy committed to improving the environment,  will soon opened  a new location at United Plaza, 30 S. 17th Street here, under the terms  of a lease agreement negotiated by PernaFrederick Commercial Real Estate.

Steve Perna, a principal of PernaFrederick, was the sole agent who represented Green Eggs Café in finalizing the multi-year lease for 5,162 square feet on the first floor of  United Plaza , a 20-story structure  that occupies the southwest corner of 17th and Market Streets.  Perna brokered the agreement with SPUS7 United Plaza, L.P., the private limited investment partnership that owns the 620,000 square foot building.

According to Perna, the aggregate rental  of  the lease exceeds $2.4 million.

Unlike conventional restaurants, Green Eggs Café is dedicated to serving high quality food at a low cost by purchasing fresh products locally to support multiple merchants in the area.  Every Green Eggs Cafe location recycles aluminum, glass, plastics, and all paper products, while excess food and organic waste is composted and not placed in the public waste stream.  The restaurant prohibits the use of styrofoam products and plastic bottled beverages.  In addition, all take-out containers are biodegradable and are made from corn, plant materials, and sugar that looks like plastic.

Other Green Eggs Cafes in Philadelphia are located at 1306 Dickinson Street, 719 North 2nd Street and 1301 Locust Street.

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