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Sheetz plans to open South Fayette store

| Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, 12:36 p.m.
Sheetz will open at Bursca Business Park on Washington Pike in South Fayette in 2020, Burns Scalo Real Estate announced Dec. 6, 2017.
Burns Scalo Real Estate
Sheetz will open at Bursca Business Park on Washington Pike in South Fayette in 2020, Burns Scalo Real Estate announced Dec. 6, 2017.

Made-to-order food and specialty coffees are coming to Bursca Business Park in South Fayette in 2020 with the opening of Sheetz at 3109 Washington Pike.

Burns Scalo Real Estate announced the opening of the anchor tenant this week in the location where several retail tenants currently operate, including Bubba's Burgers and Sudsy's Beer Store. Leases for those retail stores will end before the construction of the new Sheetz begins, Burns Scalo said in a statement.

“The foot traffic and attention that an anchor like Sheetz will drive will be remarkable for Bursca Business Park and the surrounding township of South Fayette, which is another reason why it has been named Allegheny County's next boom town,” Jim Scalo, of Burns Scalo Real Estate, said in a prepared statement.

Sheetz, open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, calls itself “kicked-up convenience,” offering made-to-order foods and coffees customers order from a touchscreen menu, along with a self-service gas station.

Sheetz signed a long-term land lease with Burns Scalo for the property.

Stephanie Hacke is a Tribune-Review contributing writer.

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