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Nashua board to review Domino's renovation

Union Leader Correspondent

August 08. 2018 11:17PM
This artist rendering from Jason D. Gnich Architect depicts a renovated Domino's pizza restaurant at 99 Northeastern Blvd. in Nashua. (COURTESY)

NASHUA — Domino’s on Northeastern Boulevard wants a makeover.

This week, the Nashua City Planning Board will consider significant renovations to the commercial site.

Domino’s, a national pizza franchise, has occupied the property at 99 Northeastern Blvd. since 1995, utilizing about 3,000 square feet of space.

According to plans on file at Nashua City Hall, the owner of the parcel, Nashuadom LLC, wants to demolish and remove the office warehouse portion of the building. Once the renovation is complete, a 500-feet addition to the restaurant is being proposed.

The addition will allow for 34 dining seats inside of the restaurant, according to the site plan.

Parking changes would also be part of the makeover, as well as upgrades to the facade of the building.

“Vehicular access to the site will be via the existing two-way driveway at Pittsburg Street and a new two-way drive on Northeastern Boulevard proposed to accommodate the new parking area,” Scott McPhie, city planner, states in a report to the planning board.

McPhie said the additional parking spaces will substantially improve the existing conditions on the site. He said the demolition of the warehouse portion of the building allows for an adequate expansion of parking.

As part of the project, the owner has agreed to build a crosswalk connecting 99 Northeastern Blvd. to 2 Pittsburg Ave., which currently houses TJ’s Deli, and to construct a sidewalk along the Northeastern Boulevard frontage of the deli space to connect to an existing sidewalk at Amphenol Corp.

The zoning board has already granted a use variance for the renovation project. The planning board will review the proposal at 7 p.m. Thursday at Nashua City Hall.

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