The new McDonald’s at 125 Bound Brook Road in Middlesex — Courtesy: Levin Management Corp.
By Joshua Burd
A newly built, 3,500-square-foot McDonald’s has opened its doors in the borough of Middlesex, following a lease arranged by brokers with Levin Management Corp.
The firm, which represented the property owner, announced the transaction at 125 Bound Brook Road. It touted the demographics of the region and the presence of a 26,000-square-foot ACME supermarket nearby.
“From a standpoint of demographics, this location is a great place to do business,” said Matthew K. Harding, LMC’s president. “The population within three miles is more than 93,000 people, and the property is located on the corner of Warrenville Road and Route 28 — two of the borough’s main thoroughfares.”
Anthony Scari, the restaurant’s owner and operator, hailed the modern design and layout of the new McDonald’s. Along with traditional counter service, the restaurant features kiosks where customers can customize, order and pay for their food.
“Patrons place orders — either at the counter or kiosk — and servers bring their purchases directly to their tables,” he said. “As a chain, McDonald’s is evolving. Everything at this new location is state-of-the-art, and I am excited to bring this unique dining experience to our customers.”