Overland Park greenlights plans for new Chick-fil-A


OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — On Monday, the Overland Park Planning Commission approved plans to build a new Chick-fil-A in the southern portion of the city.

Developer Galleria 115 Investors LLC is requesting permission to build a 4,989-square-foot, drive-thru restaurant at the southwest corner of 112th Street and Nall Avenue. 

The project will include a double lane drive-thru that will wrap around the building and 42 parking spaces to the north of the proposed building.

Proposed double drive-thru lane

According to city documents, the project will require the installation of a traffic signal at 113th Street and Nall Avenue, a right-turn lanes for all southbound entrances into the site, an eastbound right-turn lane into the retail portion of the site off of 112th Street, a northbound left-turn lane on Nall Avenue at 113th Street, and a westbound left-turn lane on 115th Street. 

The proposals will move on to the Overland Park City Council for final approval.

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