Plans to open a new Chick-fil-A restaurant in Greendale took another step forward as the the chain has purchased a lot for the freestanding store on 76th Street.
The Business Journal is reporting that the Atlanta-based company paid $1.285 million for a lot in front of the under-construction Walmart store on 76th Street.
The Greendale Plan Commission in October approved the construction of the 4,779-square-foot restuarant, which would be the second one in Wisconsin. The other one is located at Regency Mall in Racine.
The restaurant will seat 109 people and will have a drive-through, outdoor dining, and an indoor playground. Typical hours of operations will be from 6 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
The Business Journal said the Greendale store is expected to open in July or August.