WATERTOWN — The former Greyhound bus station at 540 State St. is being razed to make way for the city’s second Taco Bell.
Customers will be able to satisfy their taco and burrito cravings when the 2,700-square-foot fast food restaurant opens later this year.
Heavy equipment was at the property on Wednesday to start site work at the corner of State and Winthrop streets.
The developer, Hospitality Syracuse Inc., planned to start construction in mid-April but was delayed until now.
In January, the new owner said it would take about three months to build once work began.
The developer acquired parcels at 514, 528 and 540 State St. for $400,000 from the two previous property owners to build the Taco Bell.
The restaurant will have a second drive-up window, which was not in the original plans.
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