New Life Possible At Former North Charlotte Pizza Hut

New Life Possible At Former North Charlotte Pizza Hut

The currently vacant Pizza Hut building, as seen from North Charlotte Street looking east

POTTSTOWN PA  – The former Pizza Hut building located at 1380 N. Charlotte St., just north of the Brookside Family Restaurant, could receive a new restaurant tenant within months, the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners learned Thursday (Jan. 24, 2013).

Commissioners voted to advertise that a Feb. 21 (Thursday) public hearing would be held at 7 p.m. to consider the transfer of a liquor license from Tony’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant, 2809 Egypt Rd., Lower Providence PA, to the long-vacant Charlotte Street property that retains its distinctive roof design. The former Pizza Hut there closed years ago as that chain consolidated stores in Pennsylvania.

Township Manager Rodney Hawthorne reported the retail dispenser license being considered for transfer to holder AM 3686 Inc. would permit the sale of malt liquor and other take-out products. There were no details available about the proposed restaurant itself.

The hearing, to be conducted at the start of the board’s meeting in the Buchert Road municipal building, is open to the public.

Related (to the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ Jan. 24 meeting):

New Life Possible At Former North Charlotte Pizza Hut

Related (to the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ Jan. 24 meeting):

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