By: Sharon Aron Baron
Almost 40 years to the day after it first opened, the first McDonald’s in Coral Springs has closed its doors.
But not for too long.
The restaurant which opened in January 1975 at 7751 W. Sample Road will reopen in May after a total makeover according to James Marchant, Director of Operations.
It’s more than just a makeover for this iconic McDonald’s which was the first to open without the famous arches due to city signage restrictions. First, it will be totally demolished.
Marchant said that the demolition, which will begin next week, will allow them to update the restaurant to a newer, contemporary design unlike the double mansard roof building which has been the McDonald’s trademark look since 1968. The interior will feature natural finishes in the lobby, zoned seating areas with a variety of seating types with comfortable configurations, lower lighting levels in the dining area, and recessed and pendant lighting fixtures which will all enhance the dining experience.
The drive-thru will get an update as well with a two lane ordering system which will make placing and picking up orders faster and easier than ever.
Stay posted for their grand reopening in May. We hope to bring you the news of this big day.
Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs, Parkland and the rest of South Florida.