A vacant parcel of land along Route 34 on the west side of Plano is planned for development.
A four-unit block for businesses, near a current bank off of Burroughs Ave., is expected to be built, and will include a Domino’s Pizza franchise on the west end. That building site location is key, according to the Effingham, Illinois developer, to allow for a Domino’s window drive-up for online or phone order pickups.
However, pizza customers will not be allowed to order at the window or a kiosk in the drive-up.
The first three buildings show 1,600 square feet each while the fourth will be 1,800 square feet.
Plano aldermen had their first look at the plan on Monday night.
Only one question was raised about landscaping and Plano Building, Planning, and Zoning Director Tom Karpus said a plan commission member, who works for the Morton Arboretum, suggested removing one plant species because it is considered an invasive.
The four businesses will add to the city’s property tax revenues, also for Plano School District #88, the Plano Public Library, and the Little-Rock Fox Fire Department.