The submission of plans for review by any government agency is among the initial steps in the development of a new restaurant or other retail shop, and the project will have to navigate several more potential regulatory and financial obstacles before a restaurant could open and serve its first customers.
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Pam Cochran, property manager of the Town & Country center, said she has not yet met with the owner of Singha Thai and had no information beyond the architectural plans submission. Andy Bartz, vice president for leasing for Columbus-based Skilken/Gold Real Estate Development and the leasing agent for the Singha Thai deal, declined to comment directly on the restaurant’s plans, referring questions to its owners.
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We have reached out to the owner of Singha Thai and will update this story with any new information.