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Xtreme Archery moving to new location

David Weissman
717-505-5431/@DispatchDavid
  • York City Council approves Apple Retail's preliminary plans to add Chipotle and Noodles & Company
  • Apple Retail planning to begin demolition of used car lot, archery building and vacant home in April
  • Xtreme Archery planning on moving to "bigger, better location" next month, according to owner

Xtreme Archery will be moving into a new building before its current facility is demolished to make way for Chipotle and Noodles & Company.

The York City Council approved Apple Retail Properties' preliminary plans on Tuesday night to demolish the building currently housing Xtreme Archery, a used car lot and an adjacent vacant home on the corner of Route 30 East and Fairlane Drive.

Xtreme Archery will be moving to make way for a new Chipotle/Noodles & Co. in the coming months. Amanda J. Cain photo

The demolished properties will be replaced by a 4,800-square foot building housing Chipotle and Noodles & Company, and a parking lot, according to Dick Arcuri, vice president of development for Apple Retail.

Two new restaurants planned for Route 30 in York City

Arcuri said the company hopes to begin demolition in April, and construction timelines will be dependent on weather. Apple Retail has built Chipotle locations in other Central Pennsylvania locations and a Noodles & Company on South Queen Street in York Township.

Xtreme Archery is planning on moving into a new location next month, according to owner Nate Reider.

The "bigger, better" location will include a larger 3-D range, a larger retail show room, a 3-D techno hunt screen and a separate area for beginners and birthday parties, Reider said.

Reider said he's currently deciding between two properties on Industrial Highway and North George Street.