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Another big U.S. restaurant chain wants to open a small format concept in Orlando, as retail real estate continues to change in response to the pandemic and shifting consumer habits.
Atlanta-based Buffalo Wild Wings plans to open multiple Buffalo Wild Wings Go smaller format stores in Central and South Florida.
Colliers’ Alexie Fonseca, David Gabbai and Jeff Johnson have been hired as the brokers to secure locations for the company.
These new eateries are roughly 1,200-1,600 square feet in size, and the company wants to open them in grocery-anchored shopping centers, according to marketing materials.
Buffalo Wild Wings Go caters to median household incomes between $30,000-$70,000.
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