Sun-Ray Cinema, the independent Five Points movie theater, announced plans to expand into the former Kmart space at 9600 San Jose Blvd. in Mandarin.
Sun-Ray announced Saturday on Facebook that it is “on the path to a second Sun-Ray,” in Mandarin. The post included an interior seating plan for the five-screen theater, according to WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.
The theater will have 600 seats, said Margie Seaman, president of Seaman Realty and Management Co., who will represent Sun-Ray in the lease with building owner Ash Properties.
The theater will be similar to Sun-Ray’s two-screen Five Points location at 1028 Park St., showing independent movies along with mainstream options and offer an expanded menu.
Ash Properties has plans to sign a food-related tenant to the property as well, Seaman said.
An expanded version of this story is at JaxDailyRecord.com.