"Of all the clothing boutiques along South Philly's East Passyunk corridor, perhaps none has a sign as spectacular as King of Jeans.
Unfortunately, neighbors have known for some time that the store is on its way out. Philebrity reported from the rumor mill as early as 2009 that the store was going to close. The building, at 1843 E. Passyunk Avenue (at 13th Street), has been for sale for a while now, and the owner is, according to Naked Philly, tax delinquent for about $11,000.
Developer Max Glass wants to renovate the building as a residential space. But what's going to happen with that wonderful, awful sign?"
What should be done with South Philly's 'King of Jeans' sign?