A Butler County McDonald’s that has been in business for decades will be demolished next week and replaced with a completely new version of the popular franchise.
The fast-food giant’s location last day for food service at 101 Garver Road in Monroe will be Sunday. Then, on Wednesday, the restaurant will launch a full re-building effort, according to the city of Monroe.
“It’s our understanding that the restaurant can be demolished and rebuilt within an approximate 3- to 4-month timeframe,” Kevin Chesar, Monroe’s director of development, told this news outlet.
Located just off Interstate 75’s Ohio 63 exit, the new building will approximately 4,900 square feet large. It will replace a structure that was built in 1981, according to Butler County Auditor’s Office records.
“We’re pleased to have worked with the McDonalds representatives to create an updated concept that adheres to our planning and zoning code’s site plan and architectural regulations,” Chesar said.
This media outlet left messages with McDonald’s officials seeking comment but has not yet received a reply.
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