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Just in time for the holiday season, architectural salvage and building company Philadelphia Salvage is coming to Wayne for a two-month-long pop-up shop. Called Sub:URBAN Renewal, the pop-up will take over a 2,000-square-foot space most recently occupied by Kembrel (R.I.P.). The temporary store promises to bring "classic design and quality with an edge ... to the Main Line," with an emphasis on reclaimed materials, custom furniture, tile, antiques, upholstery, and interior design services.
The store will open Wednesday, November 13, in the historic Suburban and Wayne Times building in the heart of Wayne.
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