The fast-food chain is outlining its spending plans for new dining rooms and digital self-order kiosks for the company and its franchisees in specific states as part of its previously announced $6 billion plan to modernize most of its 14,000 U.S. restaurants.
The improvements will include new menu boards, remodeled counters to allow for table service and new parking spots for curbside pickup.
In Florida, the $186 million initiative involves 240 of its more than 900 restaurants and will include building new locations and renovating existing ones in 2018 and 2019. But the chain is not disclosing how many restaurants will be built or which locations will be renovated, a spokeswoman said.
In New Jersey, another high-population market, McDonald's will spend $155 million to build and renovate restaurants through 2019. That will include 160 of its 260 locations in the Garden State.