Chick-fil-A Looking to be part of Drexel Town SquareShare This +
Release Date: January 22, 2015
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Doug Seymour, Director of Community Development
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Chick-fil-A looking to be part of Drexel Town Square
Chick-fil-A has filed an application to appear before the City of Oak Creek Plan Commission for review of a conditional use permit for a proposed restaurant at 150 W. Town Square Way as part of Drexel Town Square. The proposed site along West Drexel Avenue is immediately to the west of Water Street Brewery, which is currently under construction.
According to the application submitted by Chick-fil-A the proposal includes a 4,876 square-foot restaurant with a drive-through as well as an indoor play area and outdoor seating area. The restaurant would employ approximately 45 employees.
The Plan Commission will consider those plans at their meeting of January 27th.
Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi praised the announcement noting that “the decision by Chick-fil-A to pursue a location at Drexel Town Square is yet another indication of the strength of the retail market in Oak Creek. Chick-fil-A, with its reputation for quality food, outstanding customer service and community involvement would be a welcome addition to the growing mix of retail, civic, medical, hospitality and residential uses at Drexel Town Square.” He went on to note that he has received many comments from Oak Creek residents hoping that Chick-fil-A would locate in the community.
Chick-fil-A would join previously announced occupants at Drexel Town Square that include Froedtert Health, the Oak Creek Public Library and City Hall, Water Street Brewery, Sheraton Four Points Hotel, a Meijer store, as well as residential communities planned by Barrett Visionary Development and Wired Properties.