They just keep coming. The financial wizards at chicken sandwich giants Chick-fil-A see no slack in the Las Vegas market and are once again confirmed to be heading west.
Listening to Summerlin fans who have been begging for a closer location, the company will tear down and occupy an existing building at the Crossroads Commons retail center.
Sitting at the corner of Charleston Boulevard and Fort Apache, Chick-fil-A will create its own scratch-built 5,011-square-foot drive-thru restaurant, plus a yet-to-be determined 4,000-square-foot retail building right next door.
Located across from Boca Park, a half mile from Tivoli Village, and three miles east of Downtown Summerlin, the site will offer outdoor dining and an indoor playground.
The large new structure and time needed to demolish the existing building and start construction will obviously require more time, much like the Chick-fil-A that took over a former Nacho Daddy space on Eastern Avenue.
Still on the way for brand, three more Chick-fil-A stores being built on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and George Crockett Road, at the front of the Planet Hollywood Resort on the Strip, and at the 3883 Flamingo retail center, a short walk to the east of the Palms resort.
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