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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Mayfaire owners demolish $1 million Macaroni Grill building, stay mum on future plans

The former Romano's Macaroni Grill building was valued at $1 million before it was demolished. The owners have not commented on plans for the space.

Video: This Mayfaire restaurant building, valued at $1 million, was demolished today.

WILMINGTON – The former Romano’s Macaroni Grill building – valued at $1 million dollars – was demolished today by CBL and Associates, the owner of Mayfaire.

Closed in 2015, Romano’s was owned by Brinker Industries, a restaurant group which also held shares in Chili’s and several other chains. Brinker closed shop and left just days before its lease at 1035 International Drive expired. Until recently, Brinker still owned the physical building but, according to CBL Marketing Director Paige Coniglio, CBL owned the building at the time of demolition on Wednesday, April 4.

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Coniglio did not respond to questions about why the building was demolished.

Romano’s was located across the parking lot from Main Street, a restaurant located at 1055 International Drive. Main Street took over for a franchise of Smokey Bones, owned by Darden Restaurants, which also owns Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse and other chains. The former Main Street building is also valued at $1 million.

 

The former Romano's Macaroni Grill building was valued at $1 million before it was demolished. The owners have not commented on plans for the space. (Port City Daily photo | BENJAMIN SCHACHTMAN)
The former Romano’s Macaroni Grill building was valued at $1 million before it was demolished. The owners have not commented on plans for the space. (Port City Daily photo | BENJAMIN SCHACHTMAN)

According to Coniglio, CBL does not currently have any other demolition plans.

CBL is working with “a number of potential tenants to fill the parcel,” according to Coniglio.

“However, we cannot make announcements until leases are signed. Additional plans will be announced as they progress,” Conigilio said.


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