Feb 24, 2016 7:08 PM
Nashua board considering application to demolish 1973 Diary Queen for new Dunkin Donuts
NASHUA - The town's planning board voted to table an application Thursday to demolish a Dairy Queen and build a new Dunkin Donuts instead.
According to The Telegraph, business owner Constantine G. Scrivanos, of Scrivanos Group, is proposing to demolish the existing structure and replace it with a single-story building complete with a drive-thru lane.
The previous owner of the building, David Dion, had been operating a Dairy Queen at the Broad Street location since 1973.
The board is scheduled to again discuss the idea at their next meeting on March 3.