McDonald’s plans new Edmonds restaurant

EDMONDS — The McDonald’s at 10124 Edmonds Way was demolished earlier this month to make way for a newer, fresher version of the restaurant.

The company received OK this spring to tear down the old building and construct a new 4,270-square-foot building, dual lane drive-through facility, and parking lot on a 1.91-acre site.

A company official did not return phone calls about the timeline for reopening the building or what happened to the food-service workers during contruction.

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