Crews begin prepping site of Burger King

Ozaukee Press Correspondent

Work at the site of a future Burger King restaurant off Saukville’s Foster Drive began this week.

The Finance Committee last week approved a stormwater management agreement with Cave Enterprises, the Chicago company developing the restaurant, to clear the way for the eatery on a vacant parcel east of Dairy Queen on the southwest corner of East Green Bay Avenue and I-43.

Site and building plans for the Burger King were well received by the Village Board last month.

“We’re very excited,” Village President Barb Dickmann said. 

John Kayser of Cave Enterprises said the approximately 3,000-square-foot building will essentially look like a typical Burger King restaurant but that the Saukville building will include enhancements such as a brick and cultured stone facade that reflects the new standard for the restaurants.  

Cave Enterprises has had a presence in Wisconsin since 2014, operating 51 Burger Kings in the state.  

Construction is expected to be completed in early October.



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