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« on: October 15, 2017, 09:56:52 AM »

775-811 Queen Street is a new shopping center under construction on Queen Street (State Route 10) in Southington, CT. It's owned by local developer John Senese.

Aldi opened October 5, 2017.

Go Urgent Care is supposed to open November 2017.

Chick Fil A is supposed to open in January 2018.

Chipotle is supposed to open first quarter 2018.

Other businesses that are supposed to be opening in 2018 include: Mission BBQ Restaurant, AAA Travel, and Verizon Wireless Zone. I think some of these may share space with Chipotle. There are also 2 houses next to Go Urgent Care owned by the developer that are supposed to be torn down at some point.

Photo 1 Shows the Pylon Sign and the Chick Fil A still under construction.

Photo 2 shows Aldi.

Photo 3 shows the frame of Chipotle.

Photo 4 shows go Urgent Care. This buildinng was built in 1985 and was Papa Ginos then Brugger's Bagels, then Randy's Wooster Street Pizza, and finally 7-Eleven.

As for the history of this property there was a gas station on part of this property that was demolished long before my family moved to Southington in 2003. There was a long abandoned industrial building on part of this property. There was also a Chinese Restaurant on this property that closed in 2011. They wouldn't have been able to pass their health inspection once the power was restored after a blizzard in October 2011 knocked out power for 4 or 5 days.
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« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2017, 08:11:02 PM »

That makes the closest Chipotle to me in the state again!
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« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2017, 07:36:15 PM »

Go Urgent Care just opened. They only took half of the former 7-Eleven building. The right side. According to the article about the opening of Go Urgent Care the other half of the building will become an office of Admire Dental.

FROM MYRECORDJOURNAL.COM

GoHealth urgent care facility opens on Queen Street in Southington

By Jesse Buchanan, Record-Journal staff

SOUTHINGTON – An urgent care facility opened on Queen Street Monday, the seventh GoHealth location for Hartford Health Care and one of a host of new businesses in the area.

The urgent care opened in half of a former 7-Eleven at 775 Queen St. John Senese, a local developer who transformed that section of Queen Street in the past few months, said he’s pleased with the progress constructing stores and restaurants.

Last month, an Aldi supermarket opened just north of the urgent health building. A Chik-fil-A is scheduled to open in January and a Chipotle Mexican Grill and Mission Barbecue in the spring. Senese is also seeking approval for an AAA building south of the urgent care.

On Monday, work crews prepared to put up a sign for the urgent care. Work is still underway on the other half of the building which will house an Admire Dental.

Kirsten Jones, market president with Hartford Health Care, said GoHealth offers testing, flu shots, care for lacerations and x-rays.

The urgent care has four rooms and can see 40-50 patients per day. There is always a doctor, physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner on duty, Jones said, as well as an x-ray technician. The x-ray machine is mobile and can be wheeled to the room for the patient’s convenience.

Visitors can register a time online and sign in at a pad in the waiting room. The layout and design of the urgent care has won awards, Jones said.

“When you go into any of the GoHealth centers, they have all the same look and feel,” she said.

The center is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends.

Hartford Healthcare officials said services would begin moving into a medical building this month south of the GoHealth.

Hartford Healthcare officials said the new medical office building wouldn’t offer urgent care and wouldn’t be in competition with the services offered at the Bradley campus. Some residents concerned about the reduction of services at Bradley worried the new center would draw patients away from the hospital, which has already experienced reduced patient volume.

GoHealth joins several nearby urgent health centers including a 203 Urgent Care which opened last summer at 826 Queen St. and Velocity Urgent Care at 365 Queen St.

Health care experts say doctors find urgent care centers profitable, insurance companies prefer them to hospital visits, patients enjoy the easy scheduling and savings and health care networks like the ability to refer patients within their group. Since the state doesn’t license urgent care facilities, separately tracking their growth is difficult but urgent care groups have reported expansion in recent years.
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« Reply #3 on: January 08, 2018, 09:30:50 PM »

Chick Fil A opens this Thursday January 11th. Work is progressing on the building that will house Chipotle and another business. Also they did bulldoze those houses before the nasty winter weather started.
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