Dayton Burger King restaurant site sold for $2M

Bloomberg photo by Daniel Acker
Bloomberg photo by Daniel Acker

The property of the Burger King restaurant at 1401 Keowee Street that opened in December has been sold, local property records show.

Dayton Ohio LLC sold the property at Leo Street and North Keowee to Knickerbocker Assets LLC, according to Montgomery County property records.

The price was $2,033,908.

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While the restaurant property has been sold, the BK franchise continues to operate.

The land had been the home to a car sales lot before plans for the new restaurant were approved in the spring of 2017.

The franchisee for the site is TOMS King, a company which operates more than 130 restaurants in Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Virginia.

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The company told the Dayton Daily News last year that it is "investing heavily in growth in the Dayton market," opening three restaurants in six months at one point with additional openings slated over the next two years.

Among those openings last year was a Burger King restaurant at 60 S. Broad St., on a Fairborn tract that previously housed the Flying Tiger Chinese Restaurant.

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