Domino’s Pizza Franchise Leases Sanatoga Space

SANATOGA PA – After several years of vacancy, a portion of the former Hollywood Video storefront in the Sanatoga Village shopping plaza on East High Street (at top) has been leased to a Domino’s Pizza franchisee, Lower Pottsgrove Building Inspector and Code Enforcement Officer Joe Groff confirmed Tuesday (Sept. 15, 2020). An opening date has not been announced.

Groff said the franchisee had already signed a lease for the space, and that he had met with its representatives to discuss construction variables. Groff is still awaiting receipt of remodeling plans, he added.

Domino's Pizza Franchise Leases Sanatoga Space
Workers were clearing space in the former Hollywood Video store during July

Workers have been busy at the property since at least July 15, when The Post photographed them (above) removing items and clearing debris from inside the space. A check of the property Monday (Sept. 14) showed several sections of steel fabrication were being stored inside as a prelude to installation.

Discussions initiated by The Post late last year with Domino’s managers at other area stores indicated opening a unit within Lower Pottsgrove was being contemplated because the township fell outside usual delivery zones. Nearby stores are currently located on State Street in Pottstown, as well as in Royersford and Boyertown.

A nationally known pancake restaurant also had expressed interest in the Hollywood Video square footage, township Manager Ed Wagner reported earlier last year, but the proposal never came to fruition.

Photos by The Post