New restaurants are opening in the Chinatown area, and it seems that the area’s dining scene is starting to turn around.
The new eateries are the latest in a long line of restaurants to open in the area.
First up is a new Chinese-style pizza restaurant named Chinatown, which will open in early 2018.
The new restaurant is expected to employ about 30 people and is set to offer traditional Chinese dishes such as chicken, pork, and beef with toppings like tofu, sesame, and peanuts.
As part of the development, the owners of the restaurant also said that they have secured a tenant at a new apartment complex in the same building as the Chinatown restaurant.
“We are going to have a lot of tenants at the complex and that is what is going to be driving our restaurant development in the future,” said Chia Chi Wu, who is co-founder of the Chinese restaurant and is also the owner of Chia & Co., the company that operates the Chinatown restaurant.
“We are planning to open two more Chinese restaurants in the coming years.”
The development is a step toward revitalizing the area around Chinatown.
At the time of the last census in 2020, about 4,500 people were living in Chinatown.
That number has decreased to just over 2,000 in 2017.
In 2018, the number of people living in the district was nearly 1,500.
That is a decrease of more than half, according to the district’s population projections.
According to the Census Bureau, the area has a population of about 1.8 million people.
That means that approximately 6,000 residents live in Chinatown, a population that has been steadily decreasing for decades.
Chinatown was one of the poorest areas in the United States in 2016.
A study from the Urban Institute found that residents of Chinatown in the city were nearly three times more likely to have health issues, such as asthma and COPD, than those in the suburbs.
This development will be the first new restaurant to open up in Chinatown since the beginning of the recession.
More to come.