This former Pizza Hut provides an ideal opportunity for an individual who loves food and enjoys the small-town rural lifestyle. Currently, Lincoln has no dining option after 2 pm on a regular daily basis. ESRI Market Profile data reports show a $290,479 gap in dining sales within a 5-minute radius of Lincoln’s zip code. With Pizza Hut’s recent closure, there is even more demand and opportunity!
The property is in an ideal location at the intersection of Highways 14 & 18 in Lincoln, Kansas. Annual Average Daily Traffic for 2018 was 1780 vehicles. Although the building is in excellent condition the new property owner is willing to make upgrades to suit the needs of a tenant. The iconic “Pizza Hut roof” is currently being removed.
The property is well-suited for a franchise or an independent restaurant. Locals have expressed interest in seeing another pizza restaurant or something new such as barbeque, steakhouse, sandwich/sub shop, Italian, Mexican, or homestyle/comfort food. The possibilities are endless!
Contact: Craig Stertz at 785-569-1161 or [email protected]
Renderings of Schematic Designs for Exterior Improvements
(by K-State Architecture Students – Summer, 2020)