Fast food restaurant Jack in the Box is planning to knock down its eatery at El Toro Road and Rockfield Boulevard and rebuild from the ground up in the same location.
According to plans submitted to the city, the proposed replacement building at 23812 El Toro Rd. would be 2,588 square feet—approximately 900 square feet larger than its current iteration, which the fast food company wants to demolish.
Included in the revamp are proposals to add 25 new parking spots, relocate the drive-through and reconfigure the shape of the building (see photo).
"The proposed project represents a substantial aesthetic improvement over the existing Jack in the Box building and matches the stacked stone, roof tile and decorative light fixtures that are used in the Café Rio facade in the same center," city staffers wrote in a report to a city commission set to review the plans Thursday.
Jack in the Box representatives are expected to appear Thursday evening in front of the city's Planning Commission to discuss their expansion proposal.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in .