Photo: Sherwin-Williams Demolition Makes Way for Moon Walmart
The vacant Sherwin-Williams location at the corner off Brodhead Road has been torn down.
Crews last week removed the final building left of the former West Hills Shopping Center, a vacant Sherwin-Williams store, marking another step toward the construction of a planned 150,000 square-foot Walmart in Moon.
No construction date is available for the big-box retail store, which will sit at the corner of Brodhead Road and University Boulevard.
Walmart must first receive a highway occupancy permit from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation before any further work can begin.
Walmart purchased land for the project in 2007.
Planners from Walmart have met with Moon Planning Director Adam McGurk to discuss the township’s building permit process.
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