Demolition work is underway on the former Golden Corral at 1147 Quentin Road, with construction on Chick-fil-A’s first Lebanon County restaurant expected to begin in the new year.
North Cornwall Township supervisors granted conditional approval of the land development plan and waiver requests, discussed previously here, and solicitor review of the project’s agreements and approvals.
According to the land development plan, the existing Golden Corral structure will be completely demolished, and the site then almost totally remade, with a retention basin to be installed underneath the parking lot to help with stormwater management. New concrete curbs will also be installed in the parking lot.
The land development plan shows a 5,905-square-foot new restaurant building on the site with 70 seats and 55 parking spots. The property as it stands today has 114 parking spots.
The restaurant will have three drive-thru order lanes that will merge into two lanes for order pick-up, with space for about 53 vehicles according to a calculation of 1,173 feet total and about 23 feet per vehicle.
- (July) North Cornwall planning commission okays no right-turn lane for Chick-fil-A
- (June) North Cornwall planning commission recommends waiver for Chick-fil-A sidewalk, reviews land development plan
- (March) Chick-fil-A submits land development plan to North Cornwall Twp. & county