The adaptable prototype allows franchisees to choose a space ranging from 1,000 to 2,200-square-feet, as well as elements such as a drive-thru and/or dine-in seating.
Coolgreens has teamed up with architecture firm Interplan to design a flexible prototype that can expand or contract in size based on market.
Coolgreens’ new base prototype utilizes a consistent kitchen design but allows franchisees to flex the space in the front of house as needed. Compared to its current 2,000-square-foot model, the adaptable prototype allows franchisees to choose a space ranging from 1,000 to 2,200-square-feet, as well as elements such as a drive-thru and/or dine-in seating.
2020 completely changed the game for restaurant needs, so having a flexible prototype that allows the ability to take advantage of second-generation space will be incredibly valuable, said Interplan.
“At Coolgreens, we believe that it’s essential to be nimble and able to pivot where necessary to meet the needs of the market,” said Coolgreens CEO Robert Lee. “Our team developed a more efficient store design last year, and with Interplan’s help, now we have the ability to take advantage of a much broader array of space opportunities. This gives our franchisees a competitive advantage because now they will be able to locate and secure different retail spaces that were not previously possible.”