Rapid Fired Pizza will be one of the first tenants at a new development being built in Fairfield.
Stockton Station is $2 million project being built at 6775 Dixie Highway in Fairfield.
Rapid Fired Pizza is a Kettering-based pizza chain that serves fresh-made pizza in just 180 seconds.
It offers its own craft pizza selections or a choice of more than 35 fresh toppings and a dozen different sauces to create one’s own pizza.
For those watching carbs or counting calories, Rapid Fired Pizza offers four salads starting at less than 400 calories. Custom salads can also be created with your choice of fresh toppings.
Rapid Fired Pizza has opened 16 new restaurants in 18 months, including locations in Middletown and Oxford, and has another 13 under construction, according to Sarah Felix, director of corporate development.
The chain has been adding new locations swiftly across Southwest Ohio and beyond, including a recent deal with a developer for 44 Rapid Fired Pizza locations throughout Texas.
The pizza chain made a similar announcement earlier in the year that it had inked agreements with two developers to add as many as 175 new locations in Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Stockton Station, an 8,919-square-foot multi-tenant retail center between the Spinning Fork and a new Starbucks in Fairfield, will provide space for three to five tenants, including restaurants, retailers, or service businesses.