At tonight’s Village Board meeting, McDonald’s submitted final development plans for the development of a new McDonald’s restaurant located at the northeast corner of IL Route 53 and Greenwood Avenue. The proposed restaurant consists of 4,471 square feet and includes a drive-through facility that includes dual-position drive-through lanes for ordering. The 1.23-acre site is vacant and was formerly the site of a Bell Fuels gas station.
“It’s a prime location to draw business from out-of-town visitors as well as local residents,” said Mayor John Noak.
The proposed site is located along the historic Route 66 (Route 53) corridor and is adjacent to Uptown Square and the Romeoville Athletic Center. Ornamental parking lot lighting, enhanced landscaping, upgraded building architecture and attractive signage have
been proposed to meet
the Village’s design requirements for this site.