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Karen Brune Mathis is the editor of the Jacksonville Daily Record

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A year after a deal for apartments fell through, and 16 years after potential development first surfaced, it looks as if East San Marco will soon rise — with retail.

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Target will be introducing its “reimagined” concept in Jacksonville at its Southside Boulevard store now that the city has approved the construction permit.

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Another pizza place is on the way: 1000 Degrees Pizza.

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You may notice a construction zone behind the St. Johns Town Center. That’s where the iFly Indoor Skydiving will rise.

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Jacksonville University, the 84-year-old private liberal arts college based in Arlington, continues to transform its 260-acre campus.

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Two years after confirming the project, BMW of North America LLC is preparing to start construction on its estimated $30 million Westside Industrial Park regional parts distribution center.

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One of the city’s tallest Downtown towers will switch out its name soon now that the city approved permits for Jones Sign Co. Inc. to put up “TIAA Bank” on EverBank Center.

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The city is reviewing plans for the Southside Quarter office building that will be leased to anchor tenant McKesson Corp.

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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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