Demo complete for Jupiter restaurant partly owned by Michael Jordan


Here’s the former Charlie’s Crab before demolition (Photo by Bill DiPaolo)



Here’s the property after the demolition of the building (Photo by Bill DiPaolo)

Jordan is one of about 15 investors in the 325-seat restaurant expected to open by the end of 2017.

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Jordan, a part-time Jupiter resident who has a home in the Bear’s Club off Donald Ross Road, joins Tiger Woods as the latest sports megastar with an eatery in Jupiter. The Woods, a restaurant in Harbourside Place, opened in the summer of 2015.

The town council in 2013 unanimously approved the project on the site of the former Charlie’s Crab and later the Brix Italian Fishery restaurant, adjacent to Jupiter Harbour condiminiums.

The other investors include former New York Giants running back Tucker Frederickson.


The new restaurant, to be called 1000 North, is to have about 8,700 square feet of indoor seating and about 2,900 square feet of outdoor seating. Demolition is expected to be finished next week.

Construction of the new restaurant off U.S. 1 just north of Burt Reynolds Park near the Jupiter Harbour condominium complex is expected to begin in about a month, pending on approval of building plans by the town of Jupiter, said Fenton.

Offices are planned on the second floor.

The new restaurant, one of many new projects planned for the area, would be required to close at midnight. Food and alcohol sales would end at 11 p.m. Outdoor live music after 10 p.m. would require a special-event permit from the town.

Plans include a connection with Riverwalk, the town’s 2.4-mile pedestrian/bicycle waterfront lane from Ocean Way to the Jupiter Inlet that goes through Harbourside Place and along the Intracoastal Waterway and Jupiter Inlet.

Currently, there are Michael Jordan Steak Houses in Chicago and New York.



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