The city of Reno announced today that it has accepted a property submittal for Cheesecake Factory to come to the Biggest Little City.
Lauren Barrera, city of Reno community development technician, says the submittal was accepted Tuesday for Cheesecake Factory to come to the Meadowood Mall.
She added: “The project is 8,051-square feet and the proposal includes a remodel, outdoor dining and minor exterior finishes.”
The submittal is currently under initial review for building permit.
Chelsey Allodi, who works for a public relations firm that represents Simon Property Group, a real estate company that owns the mall, said they are “not making comment on lease activity until everything is final.”
The Cheesecake Factory declined to give specifics and issued the following emailed statement from Alethea Rowe, senior director of public relations and brand management: “The Restaurant Development team is always on the look-out for A-1 sites to further grow our Cheesecake Factory brand presence, and all sites that fit our criteria for success will be seriously considered.”
Cheesecake Factory is an upscale casual dining restaurant chain that first opened in 1978 in Beverly Hills, Calif., according to its website.
It boasts more than 170 locations worldwide, its website says.
Source: Reno-Gazette Journal