Also in this week's Business Observer: Aldi, Dunkin Donuts, Thai by Thai, uBreakiFix
Chipotle begins process for restaurant in Palm Coast
Palm Coast could get a Chipotle soon. The company applied for a development project at 5860 E. State Road 100, which is next to Panera Bread.
Aldi gets the ‘all clear’ to begin construction
A development order was issued on Oct. 12 for a new Aldi in Palm Coast. The grocery store will be 17,825 square feet, with 85 parking spaces at the Shoppes of Palm Coast. This new 12.9-acre commercial center is located at the southeast corner of State Road 100 and Belle Terre Boulevard.
Tractor Supply Co. is already under construction in that area, and is currently 30% complete, according to the latest city report.
Dunkin Donuts applies for development
After burning down on June 9, Dunkin Donuts has applied for a development at the same location, at 1310 Palm Coast Parkway NW, through the city of Palm Coast.
Thai by Thai receives permit
A restaurant that has been closed since Island Walk construction began about two years ago is now coming back. Thai by Thai has received a commercial permit to perform $232,000 of alterations at its new location, 250 Palm Coast Parkway NE, Building 300.
Other permits issued by the city of Palm Coast include the following:
Goodwill Industries, interior alterations for $30,000, at 250 Palm Coast Parkway NE, Unit 1301
Florida Power and Light, a two-story office building for $5.5 million, at 5901 E. State Road 100
Eighteen single-family permits issued
The city of Palm Coast issued 18 permits for single-family residences last week. The homes range in price from $174,000 (Seagate Homes) to $322,000 (Skyway Builders Inc.).
Seagate received seven of the permits, at 5 Holly Court, 11 Sellner Place, 139 Park Place Circle, 55 Zebulah's Trail, 80 Lindsay Drive, 16 Arena Lake Drive and 92 Secretary Drive.
Holiday Builders is going to build single-family homes at 13 Elliot Place, 13 Lewiston Court, 11 Woodshaw Lane and 43 Beacon Mill Lane.
uBreakiFix opens in Palm Coast
On Oct. 18, at 250 Palm Coast Parkway NE, Unit 702, uBreakiFix opened in Island Walk. This is the brand’s third location in the area, joining locations in Ormond Beach and Port Orange.
The growing technology repair company specializes in same-day repair service of small electronics, repairing cracked screens, water damage, software issues, camera issues and most other technical problems at its more than 240 stores in North America.
Palm Coast is the second location for owner Joe Markiewicz, who also owns uBreakiFix Ormond Beach. As a U.S. Army veteran, Markiewicz actively supports military and first responders and is committed to hiring veterans in his stores.
uBreakiFix opened 79 stores through the third quarter of 2016 and expects to have 275 stores across North America by the end of the year. Call 264-6398.
Coldwell Banker Premier Properties announces top agent
Jonita McCree, a residential real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, has been named top listing/sales associate for September.
Coldwell Banker Premier Properties located at 211 St. Joe Plaza Drive. Call 445-5880.