Olympia Greek Taverna has submitted its rebuilding plans to the City of Kelowna.
The beloved Rutland eatery was destroyed by fire last October, and the remnants were town down in March.
Last week its owners submitted a development permit application for a rebuilt restaurant on the bottom two storeys and residential units on the upper floor. The restaurant is located at 145 on Highway 33.
The plans call for occupancy of 107 people on the first floor, including 89 seats for diners, and a second floor that includes both indoor dining and a rooftop terrace. There would be 26 chairs inside and room for 30 diners on the outdoor terrace, which would be covered, in part, by a glass roof.
The third storey, meanwhile, would consist of three, two-bedroom units.
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