By Joshua Burd
A free food truck service launched by Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has found a new headquarters, acquiring a 4,546-square-foot office property in Cherry Hill.
CBRE announced Friday that it represented Thy Kingdom Crumb, the food truck service launched last summer by Wentz’s AO1 foundation, in its purchase of 1800 Route 70 East. The location will serve as the organization’s new headquarters and food storage facility.
Dan McGovern, a vice president in CBRE’s Mount Laurel office, completed the assignment. Adam Rose of Rose Commercial Real Estate represented the seller, The Bannett Group.
“This was not just another real estate deal,” McGovern said. “I was honored to represent Thy Kingdom Crumb in finding a new location in Cherry Hill to help expand their incredible mission. This is a great location and will allow them to better serve all community members in Southern New Jersey and Greater Philadelphia.”
Thy Kingdom Crumb is a community initiative dedicated to helping all people in the Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey communities, according to a news release. The food truck service offers free, quality food to everyone regardless of socioeconomic status.