Stoughton will soon be home to 5 new businesses

Five new businesses received conditional use permits from the Stoughton City Council on Dec. 13, according to a report from the Stoughton Courier Hub.

A former Pizza Hut restaurant at 1424 Hwy. 51 will be demolished and replaced with a three-tenant building on the site. There would be a Cousin’s Subs restaurant on the western end with a drive-thru window, a T-Mobile store in the center, and a Noodles and Company restaurant on the eastern end, featuring a window for timed pick-up only from a mobile app.

Also approved was a day care, Ginger Bread Preschool and Child Care, at 1540 Williams Drive. The property will include one single-story building, around 16,000 square feet in size, and will include an outdoor playground to be located behind the building.

The final permit approved was for indoor commercial entertainment use at 384 E. Main St., for Bear Arms Performing Arts Center, which is designed to cater to the growing field of electronic sports, or “esports,” offering several types of simulators, arcade games, and video games as well as alcohol to patrons 21 years and older.