Doors will open at 6 a.m. Monday. Hours will be 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. After the first few weeks of opening, the restaurant's hours will shift to being open 24/7, a spokeswoman for IHOP said.
IHOP is the third restaurant to open in the mixed use center, which has been under development since the fall of 2009. The center, when fully built out, is expected to encompass 1.2 million-square-feet, and include a grocery store, movie theater, medical and executive office space and residential housing.
About seven to eight restaurants are planned to operate in the center, according to Wes Patterson, an associate with AdVenture Development LLC.
Handel's Ice Cream opened earlier this month, and joining Fidelty Bank, Lowe's, LA Fitness, SportClips, Studio II Nail Salon and Verizon Wireless, which moved to that location from the Shoppes at Northway.
A timeline has not yet been established for development of the Cinemark 12-Screen movie theater, Patterson said.
"We're not stalled by any stretch," he said. "But we have to do a certain amount of pre-leasing before construction starts."