Friday, January 18, 2013
The former dealership along Route 19 in Peters Township is finally coming down.
The former Charapp Ford South building along Route 19 in Peters Township is finally coming down. The sprawling dealership building, that most recently housed SP Floors, is being demolished to make way for a Giant Eagle Express. There will be a small grocery store, pharmacy, GetGo gas station and car wash on the prime real estate next to Beinhauer Funeral Home. But for now, there’s only a heap of rubble in the parking lot as crews dismantle the building. The demolition began just recently, even though SP Floors moved out of the location last summer, according to its website. The flooring company has moved into a new location at the old Ethan Allen store at 2917 Washington Road. There is no construction date set for the Giant Eagle Express. …
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
The retail outlet is planned for a location on Route 19 and Circle Drive.
Peters Township Council received a letter from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Bureau of Licensing Director advising that the planned Giant Eagle Express on Route 19 has applied for a liquor license. The retail outlet will have a 24-hours-a-day gas station, car wash, grocery department and cafe with prepared foods. Construction has not yet started at the location on Route 19 and Circle Drive. According to plans, the former Charapp Ford South building—most recently occupied by SP Floors—will be demolished and Circle Drive—partially located in Upper St. Clair—will be modified for a left turn lane.
Monday, July 9, 2012
Peters Township Council Monday night approved the 15,000-square-foot plan, which includes the small grocery, a GetGo gas station, car wash and pharmacy.
Monday night, Peters Township Council approved a plan for a Giant Eagle Express to be built along Route 19 in the former Charapp Ford South building—most recently occupied by SP Floors. Council members Jim Berquist and Frank Arcuri were absent from the meeting. The 5-0 approval comes after years of going back and forth with Giant Eagle on the company’s ideas for that space, according to Peters Township Planning Director Ed Zuk. The property stretches from Beinhauer Funeral Home to Huntington Learning Center and will include the small grocery, a GetGo gas station, a car wash and a pharmacy. The current building will be demolished and a new building will be constructed, according to Kevin Brett, senior project manager for Lennon, Smith, …