Chick-fil-A moving on plans in Northeast Florida

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Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A is pursuing plans for redevelopment and renovations near Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club and in OakLeaf Town Center.

CPH LLC of Jacksonville is the civil engineer. CPH Inc. of Sanford is the architect for both projects.

Queen’s Harbour

The city is reviewing civil engineering plans for Chick-fil-A Inc. to demolish and rebuild its restaurant at 13375 Atlantic Blvd. 

The 4,685-square-foot restaurant is on 1.18 acres near Hodges Boulevard. It was developed in 2000 on an outparcel of the Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club development.

Chick-fil-A proposes a 5,772-square-foot restaurant with new drives, parking, landscape islands and utility infrastructure.

Chick-fil-A said in December that barring delays, it anticipates the restaurant will be closed in late 2023 or early 2024, demolished and rebuilt in 2024, “and will include changes to better and more efficiently serve our customers.”

Joandy L.C., a Jacksonville investment partnership, bought the property for $970,000 in 1998 from Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club Ltd. and leased the land in 1999 to Chick-fil-A, property records show.

OakLeaf Town Center

The city and the St. Johns River Water Management District are reviewing civil engineering plans for Chick-fil-A to upgrade at 9630 Applecross Road in OakLeaf Town Center.

Chick-fil-A proposes to reinvest in the 4,227-square-foot restaurant, which is in Southwest Jacksonville.

The proposed improvements include a 437-square-foot expansion with renovations, an additional drive-thru lane with a canopy, and modifications to the parking, pedestrian access, landscape, drainage, utilities and lighting.

The almost 1.11-acre site is on the north side of Argyle Forest Boulevard between Merchants Way and Old Middleburg Road.

Property records show the restaurant was built in 2008.



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