O&H Bakery is expanding by razing the former Golden Keys restaurant to make way for a new building that will house a restaurant with space for two additional tenants.
Mount Pleasant plan commissioners unanimously approved the site plan and certified survey map Wednesday, a story in The Journal Times reads.
Peter Olesen told the newspaper the new project will be conducted in two phases; the first is a 4,900 square foot building for a fast-casual restaurant and two tenants scheduled for construction next year, and a second structure is planned for the north side that could be two stories.
The design of the first building won’t look like a “normal” multi-tenant strip center, the story continues.
“We wanted something really special that’s going to complement our site well but stand on its own, too,” Olesen is quoted as saying. “We think that people will enjoy the entire site, from the O&H side to this new retail development.”
The name of the restaurant isn’t being released, but Olesen said they have a signed letter-of-intent and believe potential tenants will be attracted once the name is made public, the story reads.
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