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Pizza Hut, the internationally renown restaurant serving more than 12 million customers each week, will open its 46th New Jersey store at K. Hovnanian's $100 million, Commerce Center in North Brunswick, New Jersey.

The showcase development is located on Route 1, between Aaron Road and Cozzens Lane.

The Pizza Hut system began in 1958 when brothers Dan and Frank Carney were approached by a family friend with the idea of opening up a pizza parlor. That year they opened the first Pizza Hut restaurant in their home town of Wichita, Kansas.

Since then, Pizza Hut has grown to more than 6,000 restaurants worldwide and employs more than 125,000 people in 54 countries.

The 3,700 square foot, built-to-suit facility in North Brunswick is part of the Commerce Center's steadily growing retail complex. The first phase of a 49,000-square-foot expansion was completed in 1990 and the second phase, containing 42,000 square feet, will be completed by the end of 1992.

The long-term leasing transaction was arranged through developer, K. Hovnanian Investment Properties, of Red Bank.
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Title Annotation:Review & Forecast Section II; title in error: article about Pizza Hut's 46th restaurant in New Jersey
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jan 29, 1992
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