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Carrollton closer to seeing a third Chick-fil-A

A third Chick-fil-A location for the city of Carrollton is one step closer to reality. On Monday, July 8, the Carrollton City Council unanimously approved a rezoning request for 1302 US Highway 27 (North Park Street) between Carrollton Church of Christ and Mike Bell Chevrolet and near the intersection with Georgia Highway 113. The request was to rezone the property from C-2 (General Commercial) to Planned Development (PD) to allow for parking to be in front of the building and to reduce the landscape buffer along the front property line from ten feet to four feet to allow for better drive-thru traffic flow.

As we first reported last month, initial project plans call for a restaurant building with a double drive thru, 100 interior seats and 16 exterior seats for dining in, and 56 parking spaces. The building will be facing the highway generally longways. 

According to a representative for the developer, their next step will be to submit final plans to the city for permits to be drawn up once the final go-ahead is given from Chick-fil-A to start construction. A timeline for the project is not known at this time.

*This would be Carrollton’s third free standing unit CFA. There is a food court style CFA located at UWG in the student dining hall.

Stay tuned to The City Menus website for more developments on this story.

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Kevin Hemphill
Kevin is a reporter for The City Menus. A 2007 graduate of the University of West Georgia, he moved out of state briefly before returning to the Carroll County community in 2013. He enjoys seeing and writing about the growth in Carrollton and surrounding communities.