Office space coming to ex-restaurant site


The former Colonel's Choice Restaurant on U.S. 40 in Aberdeen will be the home of a 13,000-square-foot professional building. Space at the Choice Business Center is expected to be available by late October.

SITE Management, a development firm based in West Chester, Pa., plans to redesign the facility to include an expanded second floor, an exterior glass tower and solar domes for a contemporary solarium look, according to a company statement.

Available office space will range from 1,000 square feet and up. The space will as designed around short-term tenant leasing, said Kenneth Enochs, president and owner of SITE Management.

Enochs began working on the U.S. 40 project with the Harford County Office of Economic Development last winter.

The project is indicative of the county's commitment to the U.S. 40 corridor to attract new business investment, according to a statement by Harford County Executive James M. Harkins.

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