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Krystal intends to demolish its restaurant and drive-thru at 5707 University Boulevard. W. and build a replacement that spokeswoman Laura Mansfield said will be among the first of its kind in the state.

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Dallas-based developer Hillwood filed plans overnight with the city seeking civil plan review to clear a site for a second 1.5 million-square-foot warehouse at AllianceFlorida at Cecil Commerce Center.

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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is the name behind the Surge Adventure Park opening in Regency Court Shopping Center in Jacksonville.

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Regency Court Shopping Center, where a trampoline park, ax-throwing venue and haunted house are under interior construction, is in line for a skate park.

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Ashco Inc. intends to develop a retail building at 725 Skymarks Drive in River City Marketplace.

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VanTrust Real Estate LLC is preparing to build the first Park Place office building toward its eventual 675,000-square-foot, 60-acre business park in Nocatee.

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Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is coming to Jacksonville’s Deerwood Station.

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Sprouts Farmers Market Inc. appears to be the tenant that will take the former Best Buy store at The Markets at Town Center.

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The Jacksonville Transportation Authority is preparing to develop a bus loop transfer station at 5800 Philips Highway for JTA’s First Coast Flyer Blue Line and other fixed routes.

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Southeastern Grocers CEO Anthony Hucker said Tuesday the Jacksonville-based supermarket chain will have remodeled almost 100 stores by year-end and will continue until all are refreshed.

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Roosevelt Square’s third redevelopment under current ownership not only will result in a new look for the shopping center but also a new name – Ortega Park – and a new use – the addition of apartments.

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Flotation therapy continues making waves in Jacksonville as a third center prepares to open, this one in a former law office in Riverside.

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Retail follows rooftops, and that’s what’s happening with eTown.

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VyStar Credit Union announced Tuesday afternoon that it completed the purchase of SunTrust Tower Downtown for $59 million and will rebrand it VyStar Tower.

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Large code-named distribution centers generate speculation about their identity and the proposed 1.5 million-square-foot Project Jaguar at Cecil Commerce Center is doing just that.

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