Don’t be surprised if you see the Chick-fil-A cows driving bulldozers through the former Bojangles building out on State Road 46 near I-4. (Gmap)
The Orlando business Journal is reporting that the building will be torn down and replaced by Chick-fil-A, the popular Atlanta-based chicken restaurant.
Last fall, Oviedo-based 7 Bo of Central Florida LLC closed eight Central Florida Bojangles restaurant.
Bojangles will be replaced with a mix of retailers, such as Starbucks, Tijuana flats, AT&T, Mattress One. At some locations the buildings will be renovated to meet the specifications of new tenants. At other locations, including Sanford, the building will be razed and a new structure built, Greg Hill CEO of Hill Gray Seven LLC, the Oviedo real estate company that is securing the new tenants, told the OBJ. Hill was also the principal for 7 Bo of Central Florida LLC.
Like the Sanford store, the Altamonte Springs Bojangles’ location will become a Chick-fil-A, while the Casselberry store most likely will be replaced with a Popeye’s Chicken & Biscuits restaurant.