BROOMALL–Even though the Marple Township Zoning Hearing Board recently gave the okay to Qdoba Mexican Grill's request to place a second restaurant sign at the current location of Saladworks in the Lawrence Park Shopping Center, no official word has been given on whether or not the Mexican restaurant will indeed be taking over Saladworks' lease.
Qdoba requested a variance to place a second sign on the side wall of the building, while the main sign on the front of the building.
"The restaurant will install matching signs with channel lettering, each measuring 40.5 square feet, on the front and side façades. A three-foot square logo will also be mounted in the window and a double-faced sign placed under the walkway canopy," reports The Delco News Network.
Edna Cook, Marple code enforcement secretary, confirmed with Marple Newtown Patch that Qdoba has indeed received approval for their signs but have not submitted anything else to the township, including permits and a business license.
Lawrence Park Shopping Center marketing manager Lisa Geiger, of Federal Realty, also confirmed that Qdoba had received sign approval from the Zoning Hearing Board but stated there has been no official word that Qdoba will take over the Saladworks location.
"At this time, we do not have any 'Coming Soon' announcements," stated Geiger in an email.
Qdoba is a fresh, fast, ready-to-order Mexican food restaurant. Qdoba was founded in 1995 and began franchising in 1997. There are now over 600 Qdoba location across the United States.