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Karen Brune Mathis is the editor of the Jacksonville Daily Record

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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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E-commerce is changing how businesses sell and consumers buy.

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Pet Paradise Resort and Day Spa, the Jacksonville-based developer and owner of boarding and day care for dogs and cats, intends to relocate its headquarters to San Marco.

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Transwestern announced Thursday it closed on the $24.47 million sale of BB&T Tower Downtown.

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SharedLabs Inc., which was code-named Project Wolfe as its incentives request headed toward City Council approval Tuesday night, will lease space on the fourth floor of the Dyal-Upchurch Building Downtown.

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The city approved the permit for The Haskell Co. to build the Jacksonville University Welcome Center at the institution’s Arlington campus.

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Two Dudes Seafood Restaurant operators and owners Tom and Jennifer Corsano intend to open their third location late this summer when they take over the former Il Desco space in Riverside.

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Harvest Baptist Church was preparing to build a new campus on property it bought along the Arlington Expressway when the call came with another option.

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Catalyst Development Partners of Atlanta and Dream Finders Homes of Jacksonville are expected to develop apartments and townhomes at eTown, the Southside community under development by The PARC Group.

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Catalyst Development Partners announced that it will name its Home Street multifamily project the SoBa Apartments.

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David Hicks, who quietly became deeply involved in Jacksonville’s business and civic life and founded startups that evolved into major corporations, died Monday night in Colorado.

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A group led by Miami-based real estate investor Ramon Llorens bought the 1.48-acre Downtown parking lot by the Omni Jacksonville Hotel, adding to his North Florida holdings.

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Ron Chamblin’s next chapter Downtown is developing the building at 225 N. Laura St., next to his bookstore, into apartments and a restaurant.

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