Downtown Staybridge Suites development to include Qdoba

A Qdoba Mexican Grill restaurant will occupy 3,000 square feet of retail space in the 14-story hotel and condominium building that is being built at the southeast corner of Water Street and Juneau Avenue in downtown Milwaukee.

A Qdoba Mexican Grill restaurant will occupy 3,000 square feet of retail space in the 14-story hotel and condominium building that Fort Myers, Fla.-based Development Opportunity Corp. is building at the southeast corner of Water Street and Juneau Avenue in downtown Milwaukee.

The building will have a 123-room Staybridge Suites hotel, scheduled to open in December, 31 condominiums and 14,000 square feet of retail space.

In addition to the Qdoba restaurant, Development Opportunity Corp. has "two strong prospects" for retail tenants, said Lisa Aldrich, the general manager for the Staybridge Suites. Those prospects are "food outlets," which would include a "larger restaurant and bar," Aldridge said.

The Qdoba restaurant in the development could open in August, Aldrich said.

Wheat Ridge, Colo.-based Qdoba Restaurant Group has about 400 locations in the United States, including locations at the Shops of Grand Avenue in downtown Milwaukee and two locations on the east side at 2228 N. Prospect Ave. and 3101 Oakland Ave.

So far nine of the development’s 31 condominiums, called The Residences on Water, have sold, Aldrich said. The condos in the development are priced between $234,000 and $2.3 million.

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