Coming soon: Hungry Howie's on Washtenaw Avenue in Ann Arbor
There is a new tenant for the Chalmers Place shopping center on Ann Arbor’s Washtenaw Avenue: a Hungry Howie’s pizza store.
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The Hungry Howie’s sign was installed recently and a poster in the window says “coming soon” and “now hiring.”
“I believe they’re into construction already,” Berke said.
The news comes two months after a franchisee for Virginia-based Elevation Burger announced plans to open in the shopping center this summer. That restaurant uses 100 percent organic, grass-fed, free-range beef that is ground at the restaurants.
Berke said he is still marketing a 5,700-square-foot vacancy in Chalmers Place that could be divided into smaller spaces.
The first Hungry Howie's opened in 1973 in Taylor, Mich., and it’s headquartered in Madison Heights. There are more than 545 locations in 21 states, including several in Washtenaw County. In July 2012, the Hungry Howie’s at 2145 W. Stadium in Ann Arbor closed.