Construction Begins on Larger McDonald’s in Purcellville

There won’t be any egg McMuffins served in Purcellville for a while.

IMG_4955 copy            The town’s McDonald’s has been razed to make room for construction of a larger, modern version of the restaurant.

Built in 1980, the McDonald’s was the town’s first—and for decades, the town’s only—fast food restaurant. It is owned by McDonalds USA, LLC, based in Columbus, OH.

The new 4,388-squae-foot building, approved by the Town Council in 2014, will include a bigger kitchen and more seating. The larger store also is expected to result in increased sales and more town meals tax revenue. according to application for the project. Sales are projected to grow from $3 million per year to $3.75 million, yielding $187,500 annually to the town.

The new building is expected to be complete by late fall.

A rendering of the larger McDonald's restaurant planned in Purcellville.
A rendering of the larger McDonald’s restaurant planned in Purcellville.

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