Key Properties break ground for another IHOP and Mangiamo’s

IHOP and Mangiamo’s, an Italian eatery, will occupy the 8,650-square-foot structure

Pictured (L-R) are Schlussel; Hani and Shrief Ghobrial, co-owners of Mangiamo’s; and Sobhy Abdelhady, IHOP franchisee. Phelps Construction Group serves as construction manager for Hanover Crossroads; Welco Realty orchestrated both restaurant leases as the property’s exclusive agent

CEDAR KNOLLS — The groundbreaking for a stand-alone building that will house two restaurants at Hanover Crossroads marks the final phase of construction for the 107,000-square-foot Morris County shopping center. IHOP and Mangiamo’s, an Italian eatery with catering services, will occupy the 8,650-square-foot structure, according to owner/developer Key Properties.  The IHOP will be owned by the same owners as Parsippany, Mo Abdelhadi and Sobhy Abdelhadi. The brothers also own the IHOP of Ramsey and IHOP of Jersey Gardens.

Located at 110 East Hanover Avenue, at the signalized intersection of Ridgedale and East Hanover avenues, Hanover Crossroads is fully leased to a mix of national tenants. Old Navy and Famous Footwear opened at the property this fall, joining T.J.Maxx, HomeGoods, Five Below, Ulta Beauty, Auto Zone, QuickChek and MedExpress Urgent Care.

“Dining is such an important part of today’s retail experience, and the additions of IHOP and Mangiamo’s introduce that element at Hanover Crossroads,” said Key Properties’ Marc Schlussel, co-managing partner. “Ultimately, the mix we have established at this property will ensure its appeal as a one-stop option for area consumers for years to come.”