Domino’s Pizza is preparing to open its newest location in Palmer Township later this spring.
The opening date depends on rules set by state government regarding COVID-19, according to a news release.
The pizza chain has more than 14,000 locations in more than 85 countries and looks to fill the gap in its presence in the Lehigh Valley retail market with its newest location.
The menu includes a variety of pizza crust styles, toppings, and sizes, as well as an assortment of pasta dishes, chicken wings, sub sandwiches, salads, breadsticks, and desserts.
A tax office formerly occupied the retail space and has sat vacant for four years at William Penn Plaza at 3011 William Penn Highway.
The restaurant will offer pickup and delivery service in addition to inside seating. The new lease for the 1,300-square-foot space is set for a 10-year initial term.
Domino’s Pizza will join tenants that include Weis Supermarket, Weis Gas ‘N’ Go, Weis district offices, GameStop, Friendly’s, and Cricket Wireless.
Seth Lacey and Scott Horner of Colliers International’s Upper Macungie Township office represented the property owner, William Penn Plaza, in the transaction.