Pizza Hut Planned Near Former Northridge Mall
Would be the 13th location in Milwaukee.
The international franchise, which began in 1958 with a small pizza shop in Wichita, Kansas, has more than 18,000 locations around the world — 12 of them in Milwaukee. Pizza is still its main offering, but the restaurant’s menu has expanded over the years to include a range of pastas, chicken wings, breadsticks and various desserts.
EYM Pizza of Wisconsin would like to soon be managing a bakers dozen of Pizza Huts in Milwaukee, with designs on opening a new restaurant in a building that once housed a T-Mobile.
According to city assessment records, EYM Pizza bought the building, which contains 1,837 square feet of space, for $385,000 in January.
Permits filed with the city indicate that the space would require $250,000 in construction costs, which would include building alterations and parking lot repair. Jose Martinez is listed as the architect for the project.
The 0.43-acre property was constructed in 1980 and sits in a commercial center near the busy intersection of W. Brown Deer Rd. and N. 76th St. and not far from the long-abandoned Northridge Mall.
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