For Northeast Florida, two additional Chick-fil-A locations are being considered.
On 1.03 acres at 11701 San Jose Blvd., the city issued a mobility fee calculation certificate for a Chick-fil-A measuring 3,581 square feet.
Plans depict a double drive-through and inside seating.
The city estimated a cost of $126,025 to lessen the impact on traffic.
The civil engineer is from Fort Lauderdale and is named Bowman Consulting Group.
In Mandarin, the location is at San Jose Boulevard and Old Acosta Road, south of Loretto Road. South of Interstate 295 is the location.
A pre-application was submitted to Nassau County for the renovation of the Chick-fil-A restaurant and drive-through at 464004 Florida 200 in Yulee.
A wants to modernize the kitchen in the current 4,261-square-foot restaurant and add 420 square feet to make it 4,681 square feet.
To make room for a double drive-thru approach, eight parking spaces on the east side of the building would need to be removed.
The applicant and agent are both from Altamonte Springs: Interplan LLC.