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Business associates Ned Jones and Mark Janasik hope to open the Southern Grounds coffee shop this week at 1671 Atlantic Blvd.

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Triforce Development intends to buy property along Southside Boulevard to develop Tinseltown Plaza, a retail center for up to six tenants that will include the area’s first Soupa Saiyan Asian Noodle Bar restaurant and the seventh Kazu Sushi Burrito.

City Illustrates Vision of Park Space In Place Of Jacksonville Landing

Jun 14, 2018
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If the city gets full control of the Jacksonville Landing, Mayor Lenny Curry plans to demolish the aging riverfront mall to make room for a sprawling urban park.

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United Parcel Service continues to upgrade its Westlake Industrial Park center that serves its needs while its Westside Industrial Park hub is under redevelopment.

Mayor’s Committee Approves $559,000 In Incentives For 107 New 'Project Wolfe' Jobs Downtown

Jun 12, 2018
Bob Self / The Florida Times-Union

The Mayor’s Budget Review Committee voted Monday to forward legislation to City Council for up to $131,000 in city financial incentives for a software company with plans to bring 107 employees to work in downtown Jacksonville.

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UniFirst Corp. won approval to build a $6 million industrial laundry facility in Northwest Jacksonville in the Perimeter West Industrial Park.

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Yulee-based Rayonier Inc. bought about 18,000 acres of timberland last week in St. Johns and Flagler counties for almost $24 million.

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Miller’s Ale House intends to take over the closed Buca di Beppo location at The Avenues mall in South Jacksonville.

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VyStar Credit Union intends to buy the SunTrust Tower Downtown and move its headquarters and up to 700 employees into the 23-story building.

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The Shopping Center Group announced Tuesday it represented the seller in the $10.8 million sale of Regency Plaza along Atlantic Boulevard near Regency Square Mall.


Those tired of hunting for a parking spot at the St. Johns Town Center, and who are willing to pay, now have another option.

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Sears Holdings Corp., which controls Sears and Kmart, says it has "identified approximately 100 non-profitable stores, 72 of which will begin store closing sales in the near future," in the latest sign of the retailer's struggles to stay afloat.


Seavin Incorporated, the parent company of San Sebastian Winery in St. Augustine and Lakeridge Winery and Vineyards outside of Orlando, is voluntarily recalling of some wines that may contain small grains or bits of glass.

Battle Over The Jacksonville Landing Escalates

May 30, 2018
The Daily Record

After a weekend of accusations and legal filings between the city of Jacksonville and the owners of the Jacksonville Landing, much still is unknown about the future of the Downtown riverfront mall. 

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It’s official. Atlantic Coast Bank is now Ameris Bank.