Two Daybreak Markets, a new brand in the area, are moving ahead in permitting.
In Mandarin, the city is reviewing permits for the Daybreak Market convenience store and 76 gas station, with a separate automated car wash and an attached drive-thru restaurant that will be leased to a tenant.
The store and restaurant will replace a closed Golden Corral restaurant on 3.13 acres at 11470 San Jose Blvd.
Plans show indoor and outdoor seating in the convenience store. No construction cost is shown.
In Southwest Jacksonville, the city is reviewing civil engineering plans for a Daybreak Market convenience store and fueling station at 7589 Plantation Bay Drive.
Plans show a 4,800-square-foot convenience store and an adjacent 2,300-square-foot restaurant and drive-thru as well as a separate car wash on about 2.6 acres.
The site is at Collins Road and Plantation Bay Drive.
Plaza Street Partners of Prairie Village, Kansas, is the developer. Daybreak Market & Fuel LLC is the operator.
Daybreak’s principal address is in Boca Raton and its mailing address is in Banning, California.
Lickel Architecture of Kansas City, Missouri, is the architect. Michael E. Neikirk of Mount Carmel, Illinois, is the civil engineer.