Mojo BBQ set to pierce into downtown Lakeland’s ancestral Federal Building
April 14, 2016 - bbq set
Mojo BBQ — that operates 7 restaurants in a state, including 4 in a Jacksonville area — has sealed a franchise to open a eighth plcae in a initial building of a Federal Building, 124 Tennessee Ave.
“They came into this building and fell in adore with it,” pronounced Jack Strollo, clamp boss and handling attorney during Broadway. Strollo delivered a proclamation during a Lakeland Downtown Development Authority and Downtown Lakeland Partnership’s monthly refurbish meeting.
In February, a Lakeland City Commission authorized Broadway’s 30-year-lease of a Federal Building, that was built in 1917 and before housed Lakeland’s initial post office.
Strollo pronounced he anticipates Mojo BBQ relocating into a building by a finish of this year.
He also common an artist digest and Broadway’s skeleton for a Gore Building, 238 N. Massachusetts Ave., that was built in 1925. The drawings decorated sell or bureau space during travel level, along with residential space on a second floor. Broadway also offering an refurbish on NOBAY a churned use residential and sell plan — that includes 55 apartments — that is scheduled to be finished in a fall.