Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The seafood chain was scheduled to replace the King’s Family Restaurant on Route 19.
Plans have stalled for a new Red Lobster restaurant to replace the King’s Family Restaurant on Route 19 in Cranberry. Township manager Jerry Andree said GMR Restaurants of Pennsylvania LLC—a subsidiary of Darden Restaurants, Inc.—backed off plans for the seafood chain in the area shortly after the Cranberry Board of Supervisors gave site approval for the property in November. Developers had tentative plans to tear down the King’s restaurant and begin construction of a 5,880 square foot Red Lobster that would be able to seat 220 diners in January. The restaurant was set to open by summer. Andree said he believes the company’s leasing option with LG Realty Advisors, which owns the Cranberry Mall, has expired. The King’s restaurant already …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
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Tuesday, October 30, 2012
The Cranberry Planning Advisory Commission gives the green light to the developments. Up next, the Cranberry Board of Supervisors will review the plans.
Two new businesses are a step closer to construction in Cranberry. At Monday’s Planning Advisory Commission, officials gave the thumbs up to a proposed Red Lobster to replace the King’s Family Restaurant on Route 19. Also gaining approval were plans for a Home2 Suites By Hilton to be located at The Summit of Cranberry Woods along Route 228 near the Westinghouse headquarters. Up next, the plans will move before the Cranberry Board of Supervisors for final approval. Owned by GMR Restaurants of Pennsylvania LLC—a subsidiary of Darden Restaurants, Inc.—the Red Lobster will be about 5,880 square foot and seat 220 people. The restaurant will employee about 100 workers. Located in the Cranberry mall, the King’s restaurant would be torn down. The …
Friday, October 26, 2012
Construction could begin on the new restaurant by January.
The wheels are in motion for a Red Lobster to replace the King’s Restaurant on Route 19 in Cranberry. At Thursday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Cranberry officials unanimously approved an inter-municipal liquor license transfer for the seafood chain, which is owned by Darden Restaurants, Inc. Speaking on behalf of GMR Restaurants of Pennsylvania LLC—a subsidiary of Darden—attorney Mark Kozar told Cranberry officials during Thursday’s public hearing that the proposed 5,880 square foot restaurant would seat 220 people. The restaurant will employee about 100 workers, he said. “Red Lobster would be a great addition to Cranberry Township and provide residents with a different dining experience,” he said. The new restaurant would replace the …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
The seafood chain would replace the King’s Family Restaurant on Route 19.
Cranberry area residents hankering for a new place to get a seafood dinner may be in luck. At Thursday’s Cranberry Board of Supervisors meeting, officials will accept public comment on an inter-municipal liquor license transfer for a proposed new Red Lobster restaurant to be located on Route 19. Ron Henshaw, Cranberry’s director of community development, said the Red Lobster would replace the King’s Family Restaurant at 20117 Route 19, in the Cranberry Mall. The King’s restaurant would be torn down, he said. The new Red Lobster would be built from the ground up in its place. Following any public testimony offered at Thursday’s meeting, supervisors will consider voting on the liquor license transfer. Henshaw said land development plans …