Another Fast-Food Restaurant Coming to West Chester’s Paoli Pike-Gay Street Corridor

Image via Bill Rettew, Daily Local News.
Capital Enterprises plans to add another fast-food restaurant near where four already sit along the Paoli Pike-Gay Street corridor.

Capital Enterprises, the owner of the West Goshen Shopping Center, plans to add a new fast-food restaurant to the Paoli Pike-Gay Street corridor, writes Bill Rettew for the Daily Local News. 

The Bala Cynwyd-based company has not announced the name of the restaurant.

Located at 904 Paoli Pike, the 6,750-square-foot space stands in a largely underutilized area of a 1960s-era mall and the former site of Fotomat. This will be the second fast-food restaurant to be added to the less-than-a-mile stretch of road after development for Popeye’s begins at the site of the school district’s former Spellman building. 

Other nearby fast-food operations include Wendy’s, Dairy Queen, McDonald’s, and Boston Market. 

Capital discussed these plans at a meeting of the board of supervisors, as well as plans to expand use of the land to the east of the Kmart building. 

Read more about the development plans in the Daily Local News