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Developers want to transform the site of a former Kmart, closed for six years, into shops and restaurants.


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University of North Florida President John Delaney will join a strategic alliance formed by the Rogers Towers law firm and The Fiorentino Group government relations provider.

Delaney will join the alliance June 1. He retires May 31 from UNF after 15 years as president.

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Multifamily residential will be joining two single-family developments at the E-Town mixed-use project planned along Interstate 295 and Florida 9B in South Jacksonville.

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Swimwear-maker and women’s fashion brand Venus Fashion Inc. will be basking in the sun.

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Phoenix-based True Food Kitchen applied to the city for a $1.8 million interior and exterior conversion of the former Mitchell’s Fish Market at the St. Johns Town Center.

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Noah’s Event Venue, a nationwide company with more than 40 locations rented for weddings, meetings and other occasions, chose Southside Quarter for its entry into Northeast Florida.

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JinkoSolar (U.S.) Industries Inc.’s plans for its Jacksonville solar-panel plant could unfold quickly if City Council signs off Tuesday, as expected, on fast-tracked legislation for incentives.

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Ian Ranne will be back behind the bar in downtown Jacksonville when he and his partners open The Justice Pub, a law-themed lounge along East Bay Street.

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Walmart Inc. is further preparing at least 10 Walmart Supercenters and Neighborhood Markets in Jacksonville for online pickup of groceries and possibly merchandise.

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Foundation work is about to take off for the iFly Indoor Skydiving venue near St. Johns Town Center.

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Whole Foods Market proposes to renovate its only Jacksonville location, updating much of the Mandarin store’s food-service areas in an almost $643,000 project.

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Roosevelt Square’s redevelopment should be evident soon, now that the city issued permits for demolition of the closed Belk store and other shop space.

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The Jacksonville Planning Commission on Thursday approved a zoning exception for Cornerstone Christian School of Jacksonville to use the former Arlington Family YMCA at 8301 Fort Caroline Road for athletic and sports competition facilities and camps.

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Mayo Clinic submitted a permit application for a $50 million Mayo South Building Addition, a project announced a year ago as part of growth at the Jacksonville campus.

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JinkoSolar Inc., suspected since January to be planning a Jacksonville manufacturing plant, is proposing a $50.5 million solar-panel assembly and distribution operation at Cecil Commerce Center, according to City Council legislation posted Thursday.

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