Bob Evans demolition underway to make room for new

Bob Evans demolition underway to make room for new Sheetz

Demolition is underway at the former Bob Evans restaurant on Spectrum Drive near Francis Scott Key Mall. The Frederick County Planning Commission approved plans for a 6,077-square-foot Sheetz convenience store in May 2019. After the restaurant has been torn down, demolition of the Sheetz in front of the Bob Evans will follow to make way for the new larger Sheetz.

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User1

Yea! Another reason not to go to FSK. Going to be interesting to see what the plans will be for traffic control with that doubling in size.

glenkrc

The Bob Evans being torn down was said to be the chain's top performer back in the early '90s.

Alice Jones

Great. More grease. Just what this obese country needs.

Greg F

And Bob Evans was better on grease?

Whatsup

So is it know if Sheetz will close during this process?

KellyAlzan

i doubt it. sheetz rarely closes. The one on rt 9 in martinsburg stayed open while the new was built

Marwin3105

Yes, it will close according to the caption: "After the restaurant has been torn down, demolition of the Sheetz in front of the Bob Evans will follow to make way for the new larger Sheetz."

Lev928

Marwin, KellyAlzan rarely ... if ever ... understands facts or reality. Even when it's printed/written directly in front of her. It's truly sad that you had to point it out to her, but it makes sense.

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