Customers will be greeted with a few new menu items when Chipotle Mexican Grill opens its 10th Jacksonville restaurant on Tuesday in Roosevelt Square, which is being converted into Ortega Park.
Newport Beach, California restaurant chain recently added handcrafted quesadillas to their digital menu. This makes it the first customizable main course available for digital use only, according to a press release announcing the opening.
The quesadilla offers hand-grated Monterey Jack cheese and freshly prepared meat such as chicken, steak, carnitas and barbacoa or sofritas or fajita vegetables. According to the press release, orders can be placed via Chipotle.com or the Chipotle app.
A building permit for the city shows the restaurant will cost about $ 412,000 to expand. According to the permit, the occupancy is 102 people.
The Roosevelt Square Restaurant at 4495 Roosevelt Blvd. The building was built by Atlanta-based Dewberry Group to transform the nearly 60-year-old mall into Ortega Park.
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The Dewberry Group acquired the former, outdated Roosevelt Mall in 1997 and transformed the project into a 300,000-square-foot open-air retail and lifestyle center called Roosevelt Square, the company’s website showed.
It was renovated in 1999, 2003 and 2019. Anchored by Publix, Ulta and West Marine, the mall serves residential areas such as Riverside, Avondale and Ortega.
Dewberry is currently renovating and renaming Ortga Park, which when completed will include “750,000 square feet of upscale residential, office, shopping, dining and lifestyle experiences,” the website says.
The heart of the project is Ortega Alley – a pedestrian zone designed to encourage and attract the increasingly active lifestyle in the region, according to the company.