Chick-fil-A Buys Five Acres of Land for 4th Lafayette Location

Chick-fil-A just “official” its fourth location in Lafayette.

After news of a fourth location in Lafayette Chick-fil-A broke earlier this year, The attorney reports that the fast-food restaurant bought five acres of land on Johnston Street.

According to reporter Adam Daigle, land records show Chick-fil-A purchased 5.3 acres from Goodwill Industries at 5300 Johnston Street near Ridge Road.

Chick-fil-A dropped $2.35 million on the property where they applied for planning permission from the Lafayette Consolidated Government earlier this year.

Recently, Chick-fil-A made a move of sorts – it closed its longtime location in Ambassador Caffery to open a new location further down the Kaliste Saloom crossroads near Costco.

While Chick-fil-A is set to expand its presence in Lafayette, many are still wondering what happened to the site rumored to be coming into Broussard near the St. Nazaire-Highway 90 intersection.

We reached out to Chick-fil-A for more information on a possible Broussard location or any sort of update, but speculation on social media has ranged from property disputes to tax concerns, but it’s all just hearsay.

What we do know is that with all of the Chick-fil-A locations we have in Acadiana, consumers can’t seem to get enough as the drive-through lines remain full and their delicious chicken continues to flow at an assembly-line pace comes out .

In the meantime, you can watch The Advocate’s story here. We’ll keep you updated on the Johnston Street location which is sure to be a hit once construction is complete.

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