PITTSBURGH Eatâ€™n Park Restaurants has broken ground on the family-dining chainâ€™s first unit that will be built according to energy conservation guidelines known as LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The chainâ€™s parent company, Eatâ€™n Park Hospitality Group, hopes to open the restaurant, in the Waterworks shopping plaza in the Pittsburgh suburb of Fox Chapel, Pa., in May of next year. Â It will feature Energy Star-rated equipment and recycled construction ...
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