One will largely mirror Sushi Sasa, while the other is a different concept.
The buyer is a veteran of two prominent development firms who has gone out on his own.
The current owner bought the property at a bankruptcy auction in 2016.
Fire Escape is designed to be able to start a fire, cut a seat belt, break a window, open a bottle or oxygen tank, and tighten or loosen screws.
Among the changes is a fitness center, replacing a little-used large banquet hall.
The space was formerly home to skateboard shop BoardLife.
At 366,184 square feet, the deal works out to $170 a square foot.
The site is under contract to be sold by Buzz Geller’s Paradise Land Co.
Lil’ Angel and Wash Bark no longer operate on South Gaylord Street.
The restaurant bearing the name of a country music star is expected to welcome patrons by opening day 2021.