PALMDALE – The demolition of the former Pier 1 retail site to make way for a new Raising Cane’s restaurant was approved at a site plan review hearing held on Thursday, Sept. 22, Palmdale city officials announced. The project is located on an existing outer parcel of the Antelope Valley Mall at 1105 West Rancho Vista Boulevard.
“It is great to see this highly anticipated site plan move forward with Raising Cane’s choosing the former Pier 1 Imports location,” said Palmdale Mayor Steve Hofbauer. “We were sad to see Pier 1 close, but through our city’s efforts this spot could soon be filled with a new national tenant bringing another great restaurant to Palmdale.”
“We are so excited about the opportunity of bringing our One Love to Palmdale,” said Cheryl Reed, Raising Cane’s Regional Vice President of Operations. “We look forward to continuing to work with our partners in the community, and to hopefully opening our doors in Palmdale soon.”
Once completed the restaurant is anticipated to employ between 40 to 50 staff. The plan calls for demolishing the existing building and construction of a new 3,200 square foot restaurant building with both indoor and outdoor seating, a two-lane, side-by-side drive-through configuration, vehicle, and bicycle parking spaces, and upgraded drought-tolerant landscaping and lighting throughout the project site. ADA accessibility will also be updated. This location is anticipated to open in Summer 2023.
For more information, contact Palmdale’s Economic Development division at 661-267-5125 or email email@example.com.
[Information via news release from the city of Palmdale.]
20 comments for "Raising Cane’s is one step closer to new Palmdale location"
How can I apply to work here before opening?
Demone boyd says
Well like to apply
Rebekah Silversmith says
How to apply
Get a life Trump losers a new restaurant has nothing to do with your selfish opinions
Joniesha Newton says
Love raising canes I would love to work with you guys. I can be a great employee to definitely make customers happy with a speedy service.
I hope you get the job!
Undoubtedly the best chicken finger combinations around.
Welcome need more restaurant!
Anything fresh and new couldn’t be a bad thing. I’m curious how there food is … assuming it started in the south…I guess
Long awaited can’t wait to put my order in the bigger the drive through the better trust me long lines are ahead once people get there paws on your chicken lol
Saundra Griffin says
The first time I ate Cane’s chicken was in Houston Texas. Loved it! Can’t wait to have it again. So I’m waiting for my coupons.
I would like to apply here
THAT LOCATION IS BAD…
IT IS HIDDEN FROM PASSERSBY’S VIEW…
AND OF COURSE, NO REASONABLE SIGNAGE IS ALLOWED IN BEAUTIFUL PALMDALE…
TOSS IN THAT THE PALMDALE MALL IS A BIG LOSER…
AS ARE THE SEVERAL CLIP JOINT CHAIN RESTAURANTS SURROUNDING THE MALL…
HOMELESS PEOPLE SLEEP OUT NEAR THE LONG HEDGE AND IN THE WOODED GULLY SEPARATING THEIR PARKING LOT FOR THE ROAD…
Tim Scott says
LOL…weren’t you the one talking about “haters”? Is there ANYTHING that could happen that wouldn’t make you cry?
Carlos Ledesma says
You ever comment yourself liberal? Or just loiter in the background and squeal like a pig when somebody else does?
And when he does an original comment it is sure to mention trump at least 10 times.
Pretty much anywhere anymore. The sign of the times in California. Malls are going to be history soon.
Mmmmmm maybe you should move
AV Resident says
Lighten Up. Is your life that empty?
Ronaldo Fink Mullen says
The place could be on 170th st east hidden behind a giant mound of [removed] dirt in an unmarked building and business would still be booming. People go [removed] for Cane’s.