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Construction Underway – Specialty’s Cafe and Bakery


Chicago, Illinois – June 15, 2015 – Neil Hardin President of Hardin Builders, Inc., is pleased to announce that construction is underway for the new flagship restaurant Specialty’s Cafe and Bakery. The new restaurant is being constructed at 17W626 Butterfield Road, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181.

Hardin Builders, Inc. has been selected as the general contractor and is providing construction management services. Genzler Architects is serving as project architect for this build-to-suit project. Construction began in late May, 2015 and is scheduled to be completed in Fall 2015.

About Hardin Builders, Inc.
Established in 2003, Hardin Builders, Inc. has set the standard for commercial building in Chicago’s Northwest suburbs. Hardin Builders, Inc. offers integrated design/build and build-to-suit construction services for the manufacturing, distribution office, healthcare, hospitality, recreational, retail and multi-family markets and is recognized for unique architectural design, unparalleled craftsmanship, extraordinary quality, and exceptional service.

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About Specialty’s Café and Bakery
Founded in San Francisco in 1987 by Dawn Sandnes and Craig Saxton, each Specialty’s location features an exhibition kitchen where premium sandwiches, wholesome soups and organic salads are handmade and where fresh breads, pastries, and cookies are mixed and baked from scratch daily. And, with their coffee/espresso partner, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, there is a full range of hot, iced and blended Peet’s beverages that will perfectly complement any Specialty’s meal. When this award-winning menu is combined with its proprietary cutting-edge technology and prompt delivery or pick-up service, the Specialty’s concept and experience is unrivaled in the food service industry and it why Specialty’s has become a favorite among consumers as well as the preferred corporate caterer of top companies throughout San Francisco, Silicon Valley, San Jose, Seattle and Chicago.

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