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Gattitown, a pizza restaurant and children’s entertainment center, is coming to Killeen.

According to the Killeen Economic Development Corporation, the restaurant will be located in a new 20,000-square-foot development next to Regal Cinemas in the 2900 block of East Central Texas Expressway. The development is expected to cost $3 million to build.

Gatti’s Pizza could not be reached for comment Thursday on a possible opening date.

The Killeen EDC predicted the new facility would provide 50 jobs at an average salary of $17,600 per year.

The new business is expected to bring $913,739 in financial benefits to the city of Killeen over the next 10 years, according to an EDC presentation.

Gattitown is one of a handful of businesses the EDC has negotiated to come into the city of Killeen over the past few months. Others include an MGC Pure Chemicals America super-pure hydrogen peroxide manufacturing plant in the Killeen Business park and an Urban Air indoor trampoline park in the 2100 block of Jennifer Drive.

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Yes, another pizza shack, that's just what KILLeen needs. Plus, more minimum wage, part-time jobs, always good for any economy. The youth in KILLeen will be encouraged to stay right here in KILLeen making $7.50 an hour for 25 hour s a week.


@Thug Don't worry, it will not get open, the local BLM will say the name is racist!


Service businesses aren't industries that pay higher wages. KILLeen is in a death spiral. Ironic, isn't it? The city that KILLS you is killing itself.

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