A new Chick-fil-A restaurant is proposed for a former car dealership property in Levittown.
Frontstead Land LLC has applied to the Town of Hempstead to remove restrictions on the 2.48-acre parcel at 3859 Hempstead Turnpike to allow for construction of the new restaurant.
The applicant is seeking the town’s approval to demolish an 11,298-square-foot building and a 1,342-square-foot on the property on the northwest corner of Hempstead Turnpike and Berger Avenue. Frontstead Land wants to build a 5,226-square-foot Chick-fil-A restaurant with a double-lane drive-thru and parking for 109 vehicles.
The Levittown property had been the long-time home of a Honda City auto dealership. In 2018, Honda City purchased 3 acres from Zorn’s of Bethpage at 4333 Hempstead Turnpike in Bethpage, where it has since built a new dealership complex.
The proposed Levittown restaurant is the latest in Chick-fil-A’s ongoing Long Island expansion. Earlier this month, the chain opened its eighth Long Island location, a 5,000-square-foot restaurant at 200 E. Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station.