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Canyon Pizza Served With Eviction Notice For Unpaid Rent

It’s been a rough couple of months for Canyon Pizza.

Canyon Pizza and its sister business, Canyon Wings, were served with eviction notices posted to their locations this week on Beaver Avenue. Canyon Pizza and Canyon Wings are tenants of properties at 219 E. Beaver Ave. and 225 E. Beaver Ave., respectively.

The posted notice claims the pair of businesses haven’t paid monthly rent from June to October 2023. Canyon Pizza and Wings will be required to pay $15,500 by October 20 or face the formal eviction process. The business has operated in its Beaver Avenue location since 2016.

The announcement comes two months after the borough passed a resolution to acquire the property that houses the Brewery, Canyon Pizza, Canyon Wings, Music Mart, and nearby housing for the construction of a parking garage. Canyon Pizza and other businesses remained open after borough council members voted to rescind the initial eminent domain order following significant opposition from the community.

It’s unclear at this time whether Canyon Pizza and Wings will continue operations and pay overdue rent.

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Luke Pieczynski

Luke is a sophomore DUS premajor hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, and is one of Onward State's social media editors. He can often be found in the Starbucks line waiting for a nitro cold brew, or listening to one of Dua Lipa's latest releases. He's a fiercely loyal Sheetz Freak and will not settle for another Pennsylvania gas station. Please send your best political thriller to him on Twitter @lukepie11 or to his email [email protected].

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