LONGMONT — The Chick-fil-A at 215 Ken Pratt Blvd. will close for at least two months to get some cosmetic changes, a bit more building heft, less parking — and a second drive-through lane.
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Planning documents show the building size increasing by about 9% to 4,642 square feet, new exterior security lighting and buffed up signage.
The big difference, though, will be enhancements to the drive-through — heavily trafficked space for the fast food fried chicken franchise even pre-COVID. The location will get a second drive-through lane and cede 10 parking spots to make room for it.
Allowing for usual delays, on an eight- to nine-week estimated closure look for a Christmas re-opening.
The landowner is Longmont-based Gen III Enterprises LLC, and Greenwood Village-based Merrick & Co. did the engineering, according to the planning documents.
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