A new Tim Hortons near downtown, replacing Burger King on South Park Avenue and Chick-Phil-A in North Buffalo are on the regional agenda for appeals next week.
Benderson Development suggests that a former grocery store on Niagara Street, 380 with a Tim Horton coffee shop be moved by car. The 1,600-square-foot restaurant is supposed to occupy a semi-detached property that extends to Seventh Street. Differences are necessary for the proposed indicators and progress requirements. The queue is offered for about 21 cars.
The new Burger King replaces it with its current 50-year-old facility at 2335-37 South Park Avenue. It covers 3,098 square meters and a two-way lane. Changes are needed for the turnaround, not for the minimum transparency of the front table, the excess failures of the front and side panels and the parking lot.
Chicken lovers will rejoice. Chick-Fil-A is offered for a store in a Delaware consumer area in North Buffalo. The 5,000-square-foot restaurant in front of Hinman Aenue will replace a 9,600-square-foot retail building that houses Rainbow, GameStop and Moe’s Southwest Grill. Changes are needed for the location of the entrance, the transparency of the first floor and the minimum view area.