A rendering of a new McDonald's restaurant reflecting a new look and branding filed with city planners shows what the company may build beginning mid-2014. Due to the current restaurant's age, the site qualified for a complete rebuild, which officials say will take approximately 80 days. (Illustration provided)
GREENFIELD — For those who suffer from chronic Big Mac attacks, you might want to stock up this spring as there’s temporary bad news on the horizon: The Golden Arches will be coming down in Greenfield sometime around mid-year.
The good news is a new, bigger, brighter McDonald’s restaurant will take its place 80 days later, and assuming the faithful can survive the downtime, there will be more room to stretch out and catch up.
Though plans are still being finalized, the new restaurant will be some 2,500 square feet larger than the current 3,100-square-foot footprint at 1490 N. State St. with a bigger dining room and bigger kitchen space.
“The new design exhibits McDonald’s current branding style and a much more efficient parking lot,” said Greenfield Planning Director Joanie Fitzwater.
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