visiting one of the restaurants along Main Street may soon observe a
few changes as they dine at the location.
Members of the
Plan Commission voted approve a site plan during the Feb. 6 meeting
for the McDonald’s located along Main Street near West Bend City
Hall, allowing for updates to the exterior structure and the
“Back in 1995,
the commission originally approved the McDonald’s,” Business and
Development Planner James Reinke said. “Then in 2007, we amended
that site plan to do the dual drive lands. This is actually a full
remodel for the exterior, also some interior modifications too.”
memo he sent to members of the Plan Commission, developers would
like to alter the parking lot configuration, modifying them to a
45-degree angle to adapt a 13-foot wide, one-way drive aisle and a
parallel parking lane for customers awaiting their orders.
connector from the building to the public sidewalk along the street
will be relocated to the south, reducing the potential conflict
between the drive-through and building entrance. An additional
sidewalk will also be added along the south side of the facility for
access and delivery to the vehicle waiting area for drive-through
to alter the exterior color to gray while the lower portion of the
exterior will be brick wainscot. Contractors will also color the
corrugated metal panel system and wall times will be used around the
main entrance of the east side of the building. The mansard roofs
will be removed and replaced with a metal-faced canopies.
The signs that
identify the location will also receive a makeover. Company
representatives will update the wall and drive-through signage. The
building wall sign on the structure’s east side will be 14 square
feet featuring the McDonald’s logo. There will also be a
21-square-foot “Play Place” sign. This will replace the 99-square
foot signs on the property.
That will be a
33-feet wall sign that identifies the company on the north and south
side of the structure. This will replace the 50-square foot sigh on
the south wall and the 32-square foot sign on the north wall. The
south wall will also have a 14-square foot logo sign.
The menu boards
and drive-through canopies will also get a new look.