Two Checkers restaurants that have been closed since March will be reopening under new ownership. 

Uni LLC, a franchise group headed by Paramjit Josan and Manjit Singh have signed ground leases for the pad sites that have Checkers restaurants at 7 Wheeler Road in Central Islip and 1825 Brentwood Road in Brentwood. 

Each of the restaurants are 1,100 square feet with double drive-thru windows. They were previously operated by a Checkers franchisee who is no longer in business. 

The new franchisees, who operate several restaurant concepts including Checkers sites in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties, are investing capital into refurbishing both sites and plan to have a grand opening within the next few months. 

Roger Delisle of Island Associates Real Estate brokered the ground lease transactions. 

David Winzelberg

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